So, between you and me, I think I need another hobby. Bikeen plus Campeen. <meme>Why not both?</meme> Right now, my daily driver commuter is basically a decommissioned para-military Toyota Hilux of gravel nonsense that I've turned into a mild bling-fest with gold anodized bits. Spec. Sequoia with Campy; tubeless 44mm kush monster tires. 52x36 x 11x30 which will probably rape me on the hills, but whatever, I race bikes so I should STFU. I'll be grabbing a seat pack and frame pack based on total base volume, then pack food into h-bar/TT feed bag. Camp mess will likely be limited to hot coffee. That's already sorted. So, I think I'm going to try to put together a sub 12lb camp kit to try and do the bikepacking thing. I'm a little high on the estimated base weight cause I've got a 2-person tent already - i think it sits around 2.4lbs sans rain fly, so, kinda weighty. but here's my list of stuff I'm considering that I'd be looking for feedback on: The big spend: trying out a top quilt: https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B07F1YCSJL/?coliid=I3V9GERK9N8WDA&colid=2DBGGGDC3XTBQ&psc=1 how miserable are quilts? freezing asses? Pad: https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B00KMJTLEA/?coliid=IOFIN1XJ5RPFS&colid=2DBGGGDC3XTBQ&psc=1 Charger: https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B07MR5RPLL/?coliid=IO67GMSCODN1D&colid=2DBGGGDC3XTBQ&psc=1 Headlamp: https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B01N0DAKDQ/?coliid=I3PJM0N75IXVC9&colid=2DBGGGDC3XTBQ&psc=1 Anybody got any definite "don't buys" for relatively inexpensive lightweight gear? Stuff will probably see 3-4 overnighters per year, and only 3 season use. Nothing near freezing, or +90. Remember, it's not just being able to sleep, it's getting the proper recovery rest so you can actually do something productive the following day(s). TIA!!