Wind screen I built out of an old AL sign and a couple of hinges. Couple years of field testing, works great. The center pieces can be removed and the hinges mated for a wind screen when the stove is not broken apart. Easily removed or swung to the side, when a larger pot is placed on the stove. Obviously not for those who use larger pots all the time, works great with the super cooker.
Thanks Willie for the inspiration. Copied your design on Sunday, but got some stainless steel scraps from the local steel shop for $15, went in there to get some 4" aluminum, but looked through the bin and they had 2 pieces just the right width, a little narrower for the back piece and a little wider for the sides. I almost always just use a single half for small trips or when using both halves, have them side by sided on a long table so having the 2 independent wind screens will be nice. Still have to go to Ace Hardware and get a couple more rivets to finish the second screen assembly.