Friday night was my first time doing a "real hang" (not in my backyard) with my new 20º Phoenix UQ and 20º Burrow TQ from Hammock Gear.
I saw that the low temps (at home) were forecast to reach the very low 30s so I didn't worry too much about layering too much as we were only going to a canyon about 15 miles away from home.
As the evening wound down, and everyone started dispersing for bed, I noticed that the thermometer hanging from my ridgeline was at 24º. Feeling that it would likely get lower, I decided to bed down while wearing my coat as I didn't wear/pack any thermal base layers under my outer clothes.
Temperatures during the night dropped to 19º.
During the night, I was at the most "slightly chilled." Had I worn appropriate base layers, I would have been very cozy and warm. I would have to say that the UQ/TQ performed very well; in fact, I'd say they excelled at their temperature rating.
I packed both quilts into the TQ stuff sack it came with and they fit very nicely at the bottom of my Osprey Exos 46; leaving ample room for the rest of my gear.