The seeks are a piddly setup, loose nuts that can be lost and have to be adjusted this way and that way to get right, loose rods, all the walls are separated which means you hold this one here, try to feed the front into it there... hold with your third hand over here to put this wall up and make sure that doesn't fall over...
Piddly, little pieces, it isn't that it's difficult in that you need a PHD to do it, but with cold hands, inclement weather, messing around with that stuff stinks.
And ultimately, I'll end up with a big mamma, I'm not knocking what they are.
But those fastfold type stoves are stupid easy, you fold up the walls and turn the little levers to lock them in place, put the lid on, turn levers to lock it in place and done. Oh, and another great thing is, forget the "put the lid on" step and you have a firebox, insanely simple. Add a titanium grate and cook over open flame if you want.
With Seek, because of the rods holding things together you've got to order an additional top and cut out a portion of it to do a fire box type setup. Which means more money and another piece to carry.
But maybe I'm misinterpreting what he means when he notes "ease of setup" ...
And again, I posted the winnerwell stuff, mainly because I think they originated that fold type setup, I bought a cheaper Amazon version, so I'm not trying to sell a company, just the way the stoves assemble.