User Review: MSR PocketRocket
This stove is pretty nice. I like stove over my old Superfly because it is more compact, lighter, and cheaper. Plus, I have had problems with push button ignition stoves in the past. I know, I can still light it with a match or lighter, but why carry the extra weight? It's just one more thing to go wrong.
This stove is truly designed according to the KISS philosophy. I use it for ultralight hiking when I want to take a stove. It's very compact, and folds up into its own little triangular prism shaped storage bin.
It doesn't boil quite as fast, but I don't really care about a few seconds here or there. It does have trouble in colder weather (as all canister stoves do) and the wind can wreak havoc on it. For one person, the pot supports are adequate. I use it with an MSR Titan Mug or Evernew Titanium Kettle and don't have any problems. I would definitely be hesitant to use something larger like my 1.5 or 2 L pot.
This thing has been running strong for over three years now, which is also a plus.