Hello Joe G.
i have used the hudson river, a no sniveller minus the hole. the two Jacks are the only commercial enterprise who make one single piece of gear that can be used for:
a closed foot, top quilt on the ground or in a hammock
a hammock underquilt
a flat blanket
the versatility of the No Sniveller cannot be beaten.
however, unless you plan on using it for temps from 30-60° you might find it a bit "too" versatile.
I used a Highlite and found the small zipper to be of little use in temps about 45° and above. I sold it in favor of the JrB quilt.
I found that the JrB quilt although a very nice piece of gear, has a width of 48" and that makes for a BIG footbox. It was imho a bit too big for my feet and all that dead space = wasted energy to heat it. Sold it in favor of a DIY quilt.
I would narrow a search for good prices between the Summerlite and the Ultra 20. If all you want is a quilt for ground sleeping and you want the weight savings, the Ultra 20 is terrific.
If you ever plan on using the No Sniveller in humid, warm camps or as a hammock underquilt, it is the BOMB
It would be easier to narrow a specific model for you if we were told exactly what conditions you expect to endure :) mike
* i used the Hudson River quilt down to 30 without any cold spots, wearing only hiking pants and t-shirt. only sold it in favor of a momentum and down quilt project that turned out well.