Moab , Southern Utah, Wasatch Mountains, etc...
I love this bivy. Of course, as with every bivy, you can have problems with condensation but I don't tend to have much of a problem with mine. I have slept in mine for two separate weeks of straight rain and cold and the Marmot alpinist bivy kept my down bag dry and insulating both times.
This stove isn't the lightest thing but only to those of you counting grams... I would recommend this stove to anybody. It is very fuel efficient and is worth every penny. You really do get what you pay for. It boils water faster than any stove. The pot holds up very well to heavy use and abuse. The lid is made of the same material as a Nalgene bottle and you know how well those hold up to about anything. It is kind of a blast furnace but I have cooked gourmet meals with it no problem!