Is this to be durable primary outerwear or something you'd like use for a mid layer; comfortable to sleep in? Need weatherproof fabric, hood, etc.?
I picked up a Marmot Quasar (similar to down sweater) about a month ago and just love it. 900 fill, light, soft shell material, and amazingly warm for the 9 oz weight. Plan to use with a Golite rain shell in the winter along with a black rock hat; sleep in when I need to add to my sleep system. Packs down fairly small into its own pocket so will be in the pack when not worn. Pricy, but found on sale for 185.00.
Only problem I had was that the Lg was just the a hair too tight across the lats when I stretched or had on a base layer and additional shirt. Liked this product enough to look for an XL; found in black on Amazon for 194.00 and received it Tuesday. Returning the Lg to Campmor next week. I'm 5'10, 180, ~44" chest. The Quasar is long in the torso and long sleeves for the sizing; both of which I like.
If looking for a durable primary winter jacket, I don't think the Quasar the ultimate solution (seems a bit delicate), but as a mid layer or insulation under a shell, and the price doable, it's a good solution.