I've had my MSR twin brother with a Ti-Goat stove jack sewed in at Rainy Pass Repair in Seattle for several years now, with the knick-co packer stove. Sets up in about 10 minutes with 1 person. Great for 2 with cots and gear, or 5 dudes sitting in their under shorts drinking cocktails at 15 degrees outside (which we lovingly refer to as pervert hot tent stew). Tent weighs 6 pounds or so with stakes and poles. Stove fits in an NRS Fire Pan bag (really) and goes in my regular dry box, with ax, shovel and kindling and hardwood lumber scraps. I load Bear Bricks in 2 - 20mm cans (square forest byproduct wood stove logs made only with compressed sawdust in Hood River, OR). The wood in the dry box plus the bear bricks easily make fire in the morning and at night for a 3 night steelhead trip on the Grande Ronde. In the winter when its is real cold, steelhead don't bite very good till the sun gets on the water, have a pile of kindling and wood ready to load in the stove in the morning, get up and light, then throw the coffee water pot on the wood stove. Slowly get going and have some coffee and hot cereal, BS for a while and slowly pack up. By then the sun is up and time to fish. Slay fish the rest of the afternoon. Get to camp about 4pm, setup tent, lite stove and proceed to drink hot totties, while you heat up some homemade stew on the stove. Its that simple.
The only draw back to the MSR twin brother is that it could be about 3 inches taller, or I could be 3 inches shorter, the latter of which is harder to accomplish. I am 6' tall, if you were 5.8 or 5.9 it would be perfect.