Here is my setup for the upcoming Mt. Rogers trip. Can you see if there's any glaring omissions?
I don't know how low I can go with this setup. I haven't had an opportunity to test it all together yet.
-HH Explorer Deluxe
-Hex fly substitute for stock HH tarp
-4 JRB self tensioning tie-outs (when they arrive, ahem )
-Kickass Potomac underquilt -thanks to Patrick!
-Fanatic Fringe 30 degree quilt; 3D Polarguard, not Delta (when it arrives, ahem)
-6 titanium Y stakes. Most likely will just use 4 for the tarp.
-1 cheap blue pad from Target, cut in half, corners cut off, used in T formation behind shoulders and down back.
I have a 9x9 Neo tarp, but for the coldest windy weather, I was going to use the hex tarp and hang it very low (maybe even stake it to the ground on one side.)
Lowest I've been so far (without the CC pad or the FF30F quilt, and with the Neo tarp) was 34F with a 40F sleeping bag used as a quilt (and granted, there was no wind).
Clothing -- still being worked out.
Usually sleep in a toque (stocking hat? What do YOU call it?).
Columbia Fleece vest with neck zipped all the way up,
Running pants (Sport Hill).
2-3 layers of Shirt(s) of some kind, usually 1 long sleeve and 1 short sleeve, maybe 1 tanktop over them all
Mittens (more like very light hand covers, used for running)
See anything obvious right off the bat?