Way back in 2013, I got an Emberlit UL (Ultralight, the titanium version) second hand from somebody either here in BCUK or on the now defunct BB forum... I posted a thread of my first burn in it, but I'd not paid much attention to what wood I had used for fuel, or how long it had taken to get a pot of soup up to full heat. Now I vaguely remember that I had promised to do a follow-up, paying more attention to the fuel and the time it took to boil a pan of water. And then I forgot all about it. Five years later, after moving house, I remembered what I had promised, and went digging around for the stove... to no avail. It should, logically, have been on a shelf down in the cellar, with my set of pans. I found the pans, but no stove. (I couldn't find my tent, either, but that's another story.) My special magic technique to make a disappeared object reappear is to go and buy a replacement article; this always, always works. So I went and ordered a Solo Titan with the 1800 cooking pot that it can fit inside of. And of course the next day, I found the Emberlit stove: in the cellar, hidden under a bag of split cane (for making woven cane seats and backs for chairs). So some time in between now and the end of next weekend, I will do what I promised to do five years ago: a more careful Emberlit UL test.