You had me wondering if a guy should buy one but I figured propane was good enough for my limited use.
Without asking ya to repeat yourself to much what would you say is the advantage of it over a Hank Hill propane propane model?
Propane can be more difficult to physically get to remote sites, with the pressurised tanks being awkward and bulky even when empty.
Kerosene (paraffin, as its called overseas) stoves are what a majority of people in the non industrialized world use to cook on every day, and it is what a good portion of the US used before the country electrified, especially in places that didn't have a readily available biomass option nearby. I like the versatility of being able to burn any kind of fuel in the kerosene family, be it jet-a1, heating oil, over the road diesel, ect... It leaves more options in an emergency grid down type situation.
Also, especially for running a device like a pressure canner that has to run for hours at a time, I like being able to top off a fuel tank before I use the stove, and not have to worry about if there is enough fuel left in a tank to do the job.
But in the end, either one is capable of roasting your weenie :)