Having made excellent experiences with the As Tucas Sestrals quilt in various APEX layers I wanted to go further into multi-use.One important factor was to replace my quite heavy Patagonia insulation jacket and save the 400g . It was pretty easy to make my choice since the design of @Marco ´s Poncho quilt is quite unique. After contacting him for some details I placed my order and after 11 (!!!) days it arrived at my door.As always it came in a large cotton stuff sack with no compression bag.And as always, workmanship is immaculate and imo well worth the quite high price (290€).You get what you pay for. Seize is similar to my quilts L and wide, the weight on my scales 655g.When replacing my WM Caribou (675g) and the jacket it means 420 grams less in my pack.Not too bad!!! The Schoeller fabric is very soft to the skin,easy to clean and looks great First day of use was during @Dr.Matchbox ´s and my glorious overnighter with mild conditions around 12°C in the night when I used it as a blanket and poncho in the morning. Unfortunately, this is the only action pic I´ve taken but if desired,I can make some more extra pics. The second trip proved to be more demanding, since the weather forecast for Luxemburg/Eifel was not that promising but again ,the poncho made its job.Temperatures went down to 1°C and it was really humid,for me the most difficult weather condition.I used the Sestrals with a thin long-sleeve, MH Ghost Whisperer hooded jacket ,thin long johns ,As Tucas Foratata socks and it was reasonably warm.So I´d say as a warm sleeper Marco´s temperature ratings for APEX are realistic for me,but of course there´s a lot of discussion about it.Decide for yourself. Here´s also the link to the As Tucas hp to show you all options: https://www.astucas.com/en/products/sestrals-poncho/ The fit of the poncho is really relaxed, though I can´t stretch my arms sideways as Marco does in his pics when all snap buttons closed. It´s still wide enough to drink or eat and do some "camp work" but 90°? No way.Might be a slight anatomic difference between Marco and me. Slim users might even "wrap" their mats in the quilt ,but originally it´s meant to lie on it. What I like the most about As Tucas quilts is the abandonment of cords wherever it is possible.The only cords are at the foot-box and in the collar of the neck opening to avoid cold bridges. The conversion to blanket or quilt is done with snap buttons which work great due to the longer and wider cut .I first had my worries about this solution, but never opened one of them accidentally.As a 98% side sleeper I love the wide option since you can turn around without creating drafts. All in all, the Sestrals Poncho is a unique and versatile quilt/insulation jacket which is a serious weight-saver on my new path to more multi-use and versatility.