Yes, I am.
I'm allowing a constant 9 ounces for guidebook pages and relevant maps. The only exception is the 105 miles from Denver to Breck. That's such a popular section that I doubt a blind person could get lost therer without trying hard.
The CT is reportedly very well signed and marked, with perhaps the exception of the stock driveway in the San Juans where the tundra dictates cairns rather than trail tread for many miles. I'll also have maps for that section and a few others that SOUND iffy, like those easy-to-miss road junctions or turns.
I'm told you don't need maps at all for the CT, but after 2100 miles of the PCT, I'm a firm believer in having them - and knowing how to use them with my compass. Besides, it's just more practice for the CDT next year.
The CTF Map Book is excellent, but I like the TI maps for the wider view they give. Old Wandering Bob has been known to fall victim to easy-to-miss turns and go wander off-trail at times, so it's nice to have a bird's eye view to figure out how to get back on course, or find a fast bail-out route. Onbce burned; twice cautious. I'll carry the weight and sleep better for it.
Keep your maps in good shape and you can sell them after your hike to the 2011 CT or CDT hikers.