I have always wanted it for warmth around camp, the arm holes, not having to get out of your bag if you have to get up during the night, etc. And more recently, for a really easy bag to use in a hammock, or a summer model inside a Pea Pod, even though you will compress the bottom insulation.
Only recently, from reading guys like you and fourdog, have I realized what a great pod they would also make. This side steps compressing the bottom insulation, and looks like it works good. But then it seems you loose the ability to stay in your bag for night time watering trips. And it you will loose the ability to get your head inside that spectacular hood. Though you could stil; use it for around camp warmth, then put it on as a pod just before bed time.
Then again, is sitting around it for camp warmth a bit of a fantasy if friends around the fire are part of the camping scene? I'd be worried about a spark landing on that thing of beauty. As I would with a JRB wearable quilt. But if a big fire was not used, it would be the ultimate way to stay warm in camp. A head to toe parka.
Watching you in the inside video, showing pod use do I see something like a reverse Pea Pod top gap? In the Pea Pod, I can easily get the bottom snug against my back, but depending on hammock width, I might have a big gap on top. Or a very small to no gap with a narrow hammock. Watching you in the FFWW as pod, it looks like it is laying right down onto your chest/stomach, but with a big gap beneath. Is that correct? But I guess you could rig a small mod to pull it tighter for less gap, as you mentioned in the previous post.