Well, seems that I had to make a few purchases… 😉

First thing I did was grabbed that multi-fuel stove I was talking about before…  I got the MSR Dragonfly and a pair of MSR 30 ounce bottles (one shown):

This unit was on sale from $129 for $89 and the fuel bottles were ~$20 each.  The stove also came with some metal heat-shields for the base and around the burner, but I didn’t picture those here.

Next I grabbed a few Sea to Summit kits and an MSR cookware set:

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In the first picture it is all packed up, in the second the contents are unpacked.  Everything except the plates fits inside the pots for storage.  As you can see, there are the following in this pretty compact package:

I also grabbed a couple Sea to Summit camping sinks and a shower:

In the first all three are packed in their containers, in the second I have removed the 20 Liter sink.  These really work well and once you put water in them they stand on their own and are sturdy.  After I received these I ordered another 20 Liter which should arrive soon.  Also, not pictured is a folding bucket, for easier 1 handed transportation of water.

I also purchased a couple Thermarest Compressible Pillows and a couple REI MultiTowels:

The Pillows are very nice, they weigh in at 12 ounces and when they are uncompressed they fluff up a lot in a few minutes.  Thermarest has impressed me on these.  The towels are a microfiber type, but they really absorb liquid.  They are almost like a Sham-WOW, but in a real towel form.  I ended up with a couple XL size and a Medium.

Lastly, I picked up a second Camelbak bladder, it’s a 100 ounce Omega and I added the Thermal covered tube with the Big-Bite cover: