I have used most of the appliances named above over the years,and it's not a one fits all thing.
Back packing,Boating,Camping,and Glamping
..all have their own requirements IMO..most are covered by a Good Quality liquid fuel stove like
a lightweight 'MSR' unit,a QUALITY Gas canister cooker also has it's uses and, is good on the Boat..in my experience a lot safer.
The Jet Boil system is great for liquids.I also use a couple of Brass 1950s Primus stoves which are Parafin powered and Great if you've more of a fixed Camp.
I also carry a Titanium 'Emberlit' stove as a Back up if all else fails!...weighs a couple of ounces and is great!
They actually Like the a Wind! And it has saved my Bacon,LITERALLY !,.a couple of times!
I would say as to windproofing any.. Method is preparation..I find whatever system I use a cheap collapsible ally wind shield I got From Millets years ago works a treat!
Oh and if you really want to get Anal about it...Have a look on 'British Bushcraft'Forum...you've been warned!