Hey Quinn, my TT Double Rainbow finally came in, so per your request, here's what it all looks like when packed into a flash 30. A quick note, I've subed out the 2-liter and 1 liter platy on my list with a 1 liter platy and a .5 platy. The Capilene 3 zip has been subbed out with a warmer and lighter capilene 4 crew neck. On colder nights I plan on subbing out the capilene 4 with a montbell down inner jacket. The wool beanie has also been switched out for a lighter fleece beanie. Some other smaller stuff has been dropped or subbed out, ie stuff sack for neoair, small shamwow square instead of a face towel. I forgot to load in the tyvek ground sheet (which will sit in the foam pad pocket), and extra socks, but itll all fit in there.
The double rainbow (w/o poles) the sleep system, cook system, 1 literplaty, and extra clothing are all in the main body of the pack.
In 1 side pocket are the .5 platy, the TT DR poles and stakes. In the other side pocket is my rain jacket and rain pants for quick access
In the top lid are gloves, beanie, snacks, toiletries, tools, first aid kit
In the hip pockets are sunscreen, knife, bug spray, chapstick, flip mino camera
It's a tight fit for a weekend, but perfect for overnight. The DR takes up a lot of space, so you could def fit more if you used a smaller shelter ( I think you have a Moment, double check to see if the carbon struts are short enought to fit inside the pack). Hope this helps.This is pretty much the same load out that I posted in my original post. However, as I experiment, I plan on nixing some items (extra flashlight, hydration hose etc) and maybe even removing the lumbar pad on the back of the pack as I find it kind of unnecessary.
And just for fun, here was my overnight/weekend loadout pre-bpl, circa 2008. I think im pushing 50+ lbs here ( Didn't own a filter and unaware of aquamira at the time, so packed in 1 gallon of water LOL) Its been a very fun journey since then. I guess I've seen "the light"
haha note the useless locking carabiner on the back, and the insulative hydration tubing in 80 degree weather. I think I had one of those folding tripod chairs lashed on the other side the pack :D