I didn't realize the kit already comes with the Jetboil Zip I bought. I purchased an additional kit accidentally and now have an extra sitting around.
Great product for backpacking or car camping. Boils water in about 45 seconds, even at 14,000-plus feet (I like to enjoy a hot meal after a peak climb). Ideal for dehydrated meal packages, instant mash potatoes, noodles, or frozen vac sealed meals. Weighs very little and the fuel canisters tend to last me surprisingly long.
This weighs next to nothing, packs/rolls up easily, and definitely is comfortable for a good night's rest in the backcountry. I have the Bramble in Small. I use a Big Agnes Q-core inflatable sleeping pad and the Small pillow tends to slip off the pad when I sleep sometimes, rendering it kind of useless. So I stuff the pillow inside the headspace of my mummy sleeping bag, this tends to hold the pillow in place and works better. I'm 5'8" and larger persons would probably opt for the Medium or Large. For strictly car camping, definitely M or L.
This is a multi-functional, lightweight utensil that has good length and reach for comfortably stirring boiling pots and reaching deep into dehydrated dinner packages. I love using the sticks alone for tortellini and noodles. Stores nicely because the chopsticks and spoon pull apart. My only worry would be that the chopsticks could potentially break under too much heavy weight in a stuffed backpack.