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Nice report, I'm tempted to get one now!
is from a few days to a week-long.
EDIT: you don't need the hyphen between week and long.
the stove slides in easily to the case.
EDIT: slides easily 'into' the case
Some trip examples include:
Edit: Your field use section seems a little out of order - you have comments about carrying the stove in the case and issues with leaving it open, then you list your field use.
I used it with the 110g and 220g Snow Peak fuel
Comment: As Snow Peak lists the weight in metric I guess you don't need the imperial conversion, but thought I would mention it in case you wanted to add it...
Baxter State Park, Maine
Edit: Maybe Car-Camping would be better here instead of Camping, as your other trips were also camping, just with backpacking too?
After that I put the upside-down pot on it if I left it assembled and out in the open.
EDIT: I had to read this sentence a few times before I understood it. Maybe change the first 'it' to 'the stove' and switch the order of 'pot' and 'upside-down' or rephrase to something like 'After that if I left the stove assembled and out in the open, I would leave the pot upside-down on top of it.'
valve configuration and pin length being different leading to leaks and ignition
EDIT: Do you mean ignition problems? Seems to me ignition of a stove would be a good thing?!!
GS-100 stove is a light weight compact stove with good output.
Edit: This sentence would read easier with more punctuation. For example 'is a light-weight, compact stove'...