Hey that is great! Congrats and welcome to a healthy addiction lol! Hard to tell from this picture, but it looks like you do in fact have a side pressurized alchy stove. Nice job, that is a good even flame pattern. May I suggest, since you are using a wider pot, it would be best if you had a wider flame pattern. If you made the flame wider and more broad by putting the holes on the side of the actual can, you can decrease the boil time by increasing the contact of flame on the pot. Similar to the varied sizes of ports on a stove (at least my parents newer model stove has different sized heads to accommodate various size pots). But excellent job. Its always a test run and comparison critique. I have a bunch made and I always test the amount of time it takes to boil 2 cups of water with my Snow Peak 700. So far I found the best design is similar to what you have, only I have my jets on the inside ring of the can. Keeps the flame narrow for my narrow pot. Though I have had trouble in cooler temperatures getting the thing primed. My next test is going to be a flame pattern just like what you have here. Its always testing and re-testing, at least its fun, especially getting the supplies! (drinking beer!) haha. GL!