Would Spinntex EXP work for a hammock body that will be used in cool to colder (<50F) conditions? Right now my body vapor passes through the 1.1 nylon on the Blackbird, through the Mt.Washington underquilt and is condensing or freezing on the outer shell of the quilt. Or it's ground/atmospheric moisture condensing and freezing on the quilt. Spinntex should work like a built in vapor barrier, but will I end up with a soggy? Figured it cannot be much different than sleeping on a ccf pad. The people with Cuben hammocks seem not to complain. If Spinntex works for cold anyone have an idea how warm you can go?