Hey, In the market for my first quilt and I've been eyeing Cumulus since they seem to strike a good balance between quality and price with their down products. The reason I'm considering the Taiga instead of the standard quilt is basically just that I want a sewn footbox. The vertical baffle design also seem pretty clever to prevent down migration. Does anyone have experience with this quilt and the design of it? I've seen it been referred to as narrow, but according to their site it shares the same specs as the standard quilt. Cumulus have an option to add 22cm to the width, this may be a wise choice? I'm also torn between weather I should get the 360 or 250 version. I'm a pretty warm sleeper, my current bag is an 7 year old heavy synthetic from Haglofs with comf +6 and lim +1. This one has been sufficient for me in pretty much any conditions. I've taking it down below freezing a couple of times with a liner, so guess I'm kinda sleeping warm since it's pretty flat and not lofty at all. Most of my trips are in southern Sweden during spring, summer & fall so the 250 would be an easy choice for them. Temperatures rarely drop below 0 during those drips. But I'm also doing trips in northern Scandinavia and would like to one day do the HRP. On these trips I'm very likely to encounter more difficult weather (more wet and cold temps), but I might be able to make the 250 work? Last thing, are DWR-treated down and Toray Airtastic upgrades (?) that are worth considering? Thanks in advance!