The Camp Chef Teton didn't wow us in any particular way, but it gave acceptable performances across all rating criteria. It boils, blocks the wind adequately, and set up and cleaning is a cinch. It's also nice and compact and weighs a few pounds less than our Editors' Choice winner, the Camp Chef Everest. It is pretty similar to the Everest, just not quite as good and with half the BTUs. It's also $50 cheaper, and a few things make that clear. Construction and materials aren't as robust or durable, and the auto-ignition system on the Teton is finicky. Some days it worked fine, other days not hardly at all.
All in all, if you are the kind of camper that only needs a stove a handful of times throughout the season, then this is a fine option that will get the job done. However, in the same price range is the Best Buy-winning Coleman Classic. They both perform on a similar level, but the Coleman model is better at simmering, and is, therefore, more versatile.