I used a Coleman for years, in fact it was my "house stove" for two years of everyday use when I built my cabin many moons ago. I bit the bullet and got a partner and while I still have my trusty Coleman I haven't even thought about using it since.
Instead of the stand and windscreen, I set mine up on my table and position it behind the kitchen box when I need a windscreen, but that is a rare event. We use a roll-a-table to make up for the counter space we lose by not having the partner stand. I went this route because I have a break apart and then stand defeats the purpose of that feature.
I have had it on a 5 day and 6 day trip this year, each trip being 15-16 people and only went through half of an #11 tank on each trip. We rarely even use the blaster anymore. Someone else brought one on the Salmon trip we finished last week and it never even made it out of the boat.
I considered packing an old MSR whisperlite windscreen but haven't found a need for it yet.
For what it's worth, I was on a Deso trip last year where a 10 year old camp chef that looked to be in good condition and well cared for died on us and it wasn't field repairable.
Check back in in another decade or so and I may have something different to say about my partner by then