Woo Hoo, sorry folks, but gas camping stoves are a ball game unto themselves.
Yes, there are high pressure, low pressure, self contained gas containers, butane mixes, petrol, white spirit the list goes on and on.
And what's more, despite the advertising, you DO NOT GET WHAT YOU PAID FOR.
I suscribe to Camping With Your 4WD magazine and Camper Trailer Touring mags, both excellent magazines.
In one of last years mags they ran a comparision of gas stoves, from memory I think they checked out something like 12 stoves all up, and the findings had to be seen to be believed, turns out all stoves are not the same, high or low pressure.
Even with the rated BTU's written on their boxes, didn't mean that was what they put out, you could buy a half dozen stoves and not one of them would be what you wanted, that's how diverse they are.
Turned out, out of 12 stoves, there were only three that were really any good, I wonder what happens, if you spend your hard earned on one that turns out to be junk ?
We have such a stove on our CT, takes bloody ages to boil the billy and don't ask it to fry the bacon or an egg, practicaly impossible, that's with the windshield up too.
So now we carry a PRIMUS two in one, two halves fold together for transport then open up for use, it uses a cartridge mix of lpg and butane, this works well, provided the home built windshield is utilised.
IMHO, I reckon you should be allowed to see these things burn BEFORE you buy.