Originally Posted by UrsaMajor1887
I have a 20° Phoenix with no over stuff. I have never had a problem with shifting down. I just fluff it up prior to attaching to the hammock to make sure the down is evenly distributed in the baffles. I'm over 6 feet too, but and typically a side sleeper. With the Phoenix, my feet are to hang off the edge when in the fetal position. I carry a sit pad anyway so I stick that in the foot box of my 20° Burrow if my feet get cold. Hammock Gear over stuffs all their quilts by 15 to 20% according to their website. So, I think you will be fine in the temperature you are planning on using the quilt. If it gets colder, just use both the pad and the UQ. I think you will find the UQ to be a lot more comfortable than the pads and will use it year round as you can vent it. I have used mine at nearly 80* with proper venting.
Awesome, thanks for the info. Part of the reason I went away from overstuff is to keep the bag versatile, though that may not have made that big of a difference.