Originally Posted by NCPatrick
If you want to spend a bit MORE, the JRB Stealth quilt (down) as an underquilt is a good option. But that's starting to move away from the price range you were looking for. That will get you down to around 40F (at least it works to that range for me). Plus you can wear it around camp like an insulated poncho, and/or configure it as a top quilt, if you wanted to. I use the Potomac and the Stealth combined as underquilts, and have gotten down to 19F comfortably that way.
Just tossing that into the mix too, fwiw.
This is a good option... The range and versitility of the Stealth is really pretty economical..... However, if one wants identical weather protection at a lower price the Shenandoah quilt is the same specifications as the Stealth, except without the resealable head hole feature at $ 169 for regular which will readily work as a UQ for HandsomeRyan's size.