I bought this (Nomad View large, 3.5” pipe) for my back porch so I wouldn’t smoke out the neighbors. I ended up getting all the accessories. It puts out a lot of heat, easily going to 750+deg if you let it.
I like the oven because it traps radiant heat and projects it outward. I have since purchased a canvas bell tent. We have camped, cooked, warmed ourselves on this stove for over a year. Best purchase for camping I have ever made, and I’ve been camping for 40 years.
I modified my stove with 1/8” gasket on the windows, and 3/4 gasket and a bit of gasket cement on the door itself. This helped control the airflow better to control the heat while cooking.
The only con is slight warping in the steel on the water tank side of the stove. I did break the original glass because I cleaned the stove with dawn soap and water. I replaced the glass (easy) and never had an issue. I think the duffle from winnerwell is too small, I purchased a 36” duffle with wheels that does a much better job of holding the stove, oven, extra pipes, triple wall pipe, etc.
I bought a higher quality thermometer from amazon that sits on the stovetop (although the stove is not magnetic) you can compare the stove box temp to the oven temp to control heating while cooking. It takes some experience, but absolutely you can cook on this stove off grid...frequently. I cooked for 25 people for a week on this stove using Lodge cast iron pans and pots. I use a stove top pressure cooker, and a stove top water distiller as well.
I love it so much I bought a second one. Spend the extra money and get the larger one. It’s not huge, but adequate to heat a 6m bell tent (300sqft).