A can of $.99 Vienna Sausage. 5oz. Approx 2.5" tall.
Measurements taken. Initially I wanted to follow the rule on the Super Cat design that says the bottom of the bottom-most hole must be between 1/2" to 5/8" but honestly it got to the point where the hole-punch didn't go farther down than maybe 1/2" from the top so that was my jumping off point.
Holes punched evenly (sort of) around the top of the can.
As you can see, I made another row of slits with an awl from my multitool. After experimentation I feel like more holes on that level would help my heat output. As-is it works more like a simmer stove.
Wind wasn't really an issue.
Made a lid from a Bud can and timed a boil of 16oz at around 5 minutes. Total run time for the full stove was a whopping 12 minutes. More than enough time to boil water for tea/cocoa/coffee/ramen/rice/etc.
All-in-all the stove performed great and fits into my little one-man cook kit weighing in at probably around half a pound for all this stuff (not including fuel). I'm not sure what the fuel capacity is yet, but i'm guessing around 2-2.5oz.
Yes, I am a hobo.
Red Party Cup frame of reference.