Well, if you're looking for a stove that can operate on both canister gas or liquid petroleum based fuels, I don't think the Milli Joule would meet your needs. The Milli Joule is canister gas only and is a relatively high end stove designed primarily for cold weather use.
If you want a dual fuel option (anister gas or liquid petroleum based fuels), then the Omni Lite Ti is a good options although the Omni Lite is a tad expensive and is a little lower powered than some. The regular Primus Omni fuel is heavier but is less expensive and more powerful.
The Whisperlite Universal at $140 is a good buy, but does not come with a fuel bottle.
Really, when you consider that this drop (of the Hydra) comes with a fuel bottle, I don't think you're going to do better for a stove that can handle both canister gas or liquid petroleum based fuels.