I am considering options for an ultralight summer TQ. I am someone who likes to be covered when I sleep, regardless of the temperature. For example, last summer when I was at Boy Scout Summer camp (inland Florida panhandle), I would drift off to sleep in my cot (before I converted to a hammock) with no top covering. By 1am or so, I would wake up cool enough that I would slip into my REI fleece liner. The low for the night would be around 78° or 79° with a relative humidity of around 85-90%.
I like my REI fleece liner (which only keeps me warm to about 60°-65°, and it weights right around 15 oz. I am really looking for something else to use in the, say 50°+ range which is lighter. I know that the Shenandoah and the Summer Burrow are good down to 40° at about the same weight, but I fear they will be too much at 75°+. That and I want to find out where I can shave a few ounces.
I definately need something that breathes fairly easily in the humid climate in which I exist 6 months out of the year. Any suggestions on options I can consider?