I like it - it does work. Great job on the wind issue.
Didn't get as cold as I thought it would outside: 47* and the wind died off late at night.
UQ is a 40* from HG. TQ is a 20* from Underground. Was OK on the bottom. TQ was fine until the 3 AM "break". Skinny old man is a cold sleeper, but I did not have a lot on - fleece pants, a very light hooded sweatshirt and thin wool socks. Will wear more next time and maybe add a fleece blanket under the quilt.
Got a little condensation at the very top along the ridge line. Damp to the touch, but nothing running down the fabric. Down stayed dry. May have something to do with the fact that the ambient humidity around here is about 16%. The olive color was not listed as DWR, but it beads spilled water very well without penetration. Over all, not bad, considering that this is a pretty well sealed unit. Really like Fronkey's design. Also noticed that my rookie thread injector skills have increased substantially. Long way to go yet.
Going to try a polyester orange one for elk hunting next month. Fabric is cheap at WMT - about 2 bucks a yard for 45" width, which translates to about $16. Don't want to be mistaken for a sleeping wapiti while I hang and wait. Kind of gives new meaning to a stand.
Love is blind. Marriage is an eye opener.