You are right. The ants are indeed carrying the propane tank away--not to avoid conflict, but to facilitate it.
The series of photos below will answer the rest of your questions.
1. This is how SuperStove rides on the raft, using a frame similar to a cooler frame. SuperStove was built with the same dimensions as the old standard Cascade Frames dry box that it is sitting on. If you want it to ride lower, flip the frame over.
2. The frame pulls apart to make the legs. This was fabricated by TMS Frames in Vancouver.
3. We hook the top of the leg frames over the SuperStove handles, then secure them in place with the green strap.
4. Stand it up and make it level.
5. Open the lid.
6. We would keep the windscreen down at night to keep dew from wetting the burners. As users of Partner Stoves know, the burners won’t light if wet.
7. Ready to use. Setup time 2 minutes.
Upper Left Compartment: 2 Coffee Pots – Sierra Cups inside one, Bag of Coffee inside the other. Coffee Mate (if we have coffee polluters along). Should be a can of cooking spray.
Top Center Compartment: The Aluminum Foil box mostly hides the Rome Industries “3-Handle Cooker” (the handiest piece of camp cookware ever made – currently not in production) Stored inside the cooker are wine glasses, piezoelectric stove igniter, dish towels)
Left Center Compartment: Stack of Salad/Dessert bowls (behind the little crockery pot full of sugar) and there would typically be a roll of garbage sacks in that compartment.
Right Center Compartment: Woody’s Dutch Oven (hidden behind the zip-lock bag containing salt & pepper and the Mogur’s coffee mug). Matches and leather gloves are inside the D.O.
Upper Right Compartment: Stainless Steel Stock Pot containing a Mirro aluminum nesting cook kit with kettles, pans, plates, etc. Dishwashing soap, should be a roll of paper towels, zip-lock bags on top hold matches, spices, etc.
Lower Left Compartment is a pull-out drawer containing carving knives, an egg beater, cheese grater, pancake flipper.
Lower Center Compartment: There are 3 plastic cutting boards on top of the silverware case—which is a modified fishing tackle box. In addition to the usual kitchen & dining utensils, there are pliers, a wrench for the propane fittings, spare parts for the stove & lanterns, whetstone, etc. (Note: that stray spoon will interfere with the closure of the box.)
Lower Right Compartment: Dinner plates (with tropical fish motif, as I recall), room for a can of Crisco.
Under the stove burners, we typically carry dishwashing tools—scrubbers, sponges, etc. in a mesh bag.