I liked my Columbia outdry a lot, but it eventually died a pretty nasty death after a couple of years. Quicker than expected, but it did all my everyday duties and I took it on my off trail adventures, and it had around 200 days use on it, sometimes in fairly rough conditions - so maybe it did as well as I could’ve expected. In future I’ll keep my lightweight just in case shells specifically for those purposes (summery trips, with not much rain forecast, not using as a daily jacket etc). So I’m looking for a jacket that’ll be my jacket on trips that I don’t really expect to take off the shell very often, so weight isn’t as important as durability and functionality. It’ll also be a day to day jacket + I’m working outside most of the next four months, so a work jacket as well likely.. Still weight conscious-ish, as i don’t think I’ll ever shake that, but it’s not the priority. Any suggestions? Paramo maybe? I don’t really like jackets that rely on chemical dwr treatments, partially for the environmental impact (sure, it’s minor from one user, but in principle we’d all live in a better world without these things) and for the general hassle of reapplying and maintaining them. Though I believe paramos DWR is meant to be more durable and a bit more environmentally friendly..