JRB High Sierra Sniveler TQ with Granite Gear stuff sack-
wet= 2# 6.3 oz
dry= 2# 3.1 oz for a water weight of 3.2 oz.
JRB Mt Washington 4 UQ with Granite Gear stuff sack-
wet= 2# 2.2 oz
dry= 2# 0.6 oz for a water weight of 1.6 oz
JRB down hood-
wet= 2.8 oz
dry= 2.5 oz for water weight of 0.3 oz (but it felt very damp)
(weights for the MolyMac IX Baby Orca pending)
I expected the TQ to have more moisture than the UQ because of the mylar protection underneath, and more importantly, warm moist air rises.
Now, both quilts were used for 3 nights, and a thin Mylar space blanket was used above the MW4 UQ (but below the Baby Orca and WB Balckbird hammock). The second night at -10°F was the wettest for the TQ with frost everywhere, but I had a chance to partially dry it out in the sun for about 4 hours. They are designed very well with a black interior to absorb sunlight. It felt dry and warm for the 3rd night at -14°. I felt a little cool by morning, but not enough to get or do anything about it (I was able to sleep until 8:30 or 9)