The GSI Outdoors Pinnacle Backpacker is excellent for car camping with two people. It excels in cooking performance, especially with the aid of its non-stick coating, but also loses out on durability due to the coating. It is on the heavy side of average for backpacking with two people but can be divided up between each hiker's packs. If you're looking for a super light backpacking specific model, consider our Top Pick award winner, the MSR Trail Mini Duo, which can comfortably accommodate two people in the backcountry or be scaled down for a solo hiker.
For more gourmet cooking, in a set that will require the addition of your own accessories, our other Top Pick MSR Ceramic 2-Pot Set is the start of a cookset that balances cooking performance with lightweight and health consciousness.
Finally, one of our two Editors' Choice cooksets is also from GSI. The GSI Bugaboo Camper has everything that the Pinnacle has, plus another pot and more cups, with a more effective version of Teflon's non-stick coating. For some more money, one can have more options with the Bugaboo, while still being able to strip it down to at least approximately the weight of the Pinnacle, when necessary. Between the two GSI products we tested, we recommend the Bugaboo Camper over the Pinnacle Backpacker.