Just placed my order for 12 yards, and they said they have about 70-80 yards left from a leftover run from a manufacturer. So this is a one time deal; once it's out of stock, it's gone. This is a chance to make gear that you would pay top dollar for, and it is going to considerably change my gear setup.
Now that I think about it, 2-layer eVENT would not be appropriate for a tent. I have MLD's 2-layer eVENT gloves, and once you've scuffed off the membrane, you've only got a windshirt.
I think the best applications would be:
1) Bivy shell for use under a small tarp. In this case, a few small scratches of the membrane here and there won't end your trip (unlike leaks from a tent); you'll still have a windshirt-like wicking nylon top layer.
2) Sleeping bag material, especially for a synthetic bag/quilt with no bivy. This would be great because it would be much lighter than 3-layer, and the membrane would never be exposed, so you wouldn't have to worry.
3) Rain Chaps or Kilt. This is what I'm looking forward to most. MLD offers this for around 3oz, but it's $140 and should be easy to sew. Much lighter than my 12oz eVENT pants, much more compact than Propore pants, and much more breathable than silnylon chaps.
4) WP/B gloves. These wouldn't last very long, but you could make a couple pairs with scraps of fabric. I might make a pair of elbow-length gloves for the Gatewood Cape. One could make shoulder length gloves for ponchos.
Right now I'm planning on sewing a layer of eVENT to the top of the silnylon portion of a SMD Serenity Shelter, to create a bivy INSIDE the mesh netting. This should only add 4-5oz or so at most. This way I still have the full protection from bugs for afternoon naps AND a warm bivy for cool, windy nights. This might even get me to take the Gatewood Cape above treeline, since I would be protected from spindrift, and if the tarp blew away I'd still be in a fully WP/B bivy. The eVENT chaps would complement this system perfectly, and both the chaps and bivy should be really easy sewing projects.
Fun, fun, fun!!