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This review is from: MSR Blacklite Gourmet Cookset (Sports)Positives: This set is very compact, very light, and seems durable enough to handle being in a trail pack (I haven't field tested yet). It comes with two chamois-like cloths, with the stated purpose of using it for washing, drying, or storing the pieces together. The potholder also comes in a "pouch" made of the same material. It also comes with a mesh bag.
Negatives: The bottom scratches easily (I had it on a canister stove and the pot slid a little across it). Despite accurate measurements in the product description, I was still a little taken aback at how small the set is. Great for minimizing pack size, but not so great if you're cooking for more than two people.
Update 6/29: I used this on a four-day, three-night canoe trip for three people. Maybe I just hang out with people who eat an abnormal amount, but I don't think that's the case. If you don't mind cooking and eating in shifts, that's not a problem... but when you're trying to get breakfast done quickly to get back on the water and trail, it's irritating. The surface is very easy to clean and seems to heat pretty uniformly, though. In addition to the bottom scratching, the sides took some chipping and scratching under normal use.