I have a set of quilts rated to 20 degrees - and have slept in them to the mid teens - but can you REALLY vent them enough for spring and fall use (lows in the 50's)?
For weight reduction and less insulation required, I have considered purchasing a set (at least an UQ) of summer quilts in the 40 degree range. OR just an UQ and use my present poncho liner as a top quilt. BUT I'm not sure I want to spend the money there as I have a few other items in mind....
SO, can you REALLY vent the 20 degree quilts enough that you aren't clammy during the spring and fall?
Opinions and advice are welcome!