I just posted my current fall gear list in my profile. I'm sorry I couldn't find a way to link it here.
This is the list that I just used on a 5 day solo trip along the North Country Trail/Porcupine Mountains (kind of nice hills really) in the upper peninsula of Michigan. Daytime temps were 50-60 F and nights were 35-40 F. It rained nightly with isolated periods of heavy rain during the day.
A couple of substitutions: I had not yet received the MLD Burn or superlight and used a GG virga (19 oz) and similarly weighted Montbell GTX sleeping bag cover (with the addition of a 4 oz tyvek groundsheet. The Virga was too big and I never used the extension collar even with all my food. Once the food dwindled, it was hard to fill the interior volume even with sleeping bag loosely stuffed. The headlamp I used (BD ion 1 oz) was lighter than my EOS, but after some difficulties with nighttime navigation, I will not skimp in this area again unless I am on a familiar trail.
Overall, I was pretty comfortable with one exception. My feet were wet all day every day (rain, mucky trail, and unbridged stream crossings) and the daytime pair of socks (smartwool PhD light trekking) I used never dried, even when placed against my chest overnight (yuck). I reserved the second pair so my feet were dry and warm at night. I might consider 2 light nylon socks in place of one pair wool socks, but would love any suggestions.
Notes: Actual food weight was 6 lb 6 oz with 2 packs ramen noodles uneaten at the end of the trip. The listed soda bottle is for fuel. The camera case is a samh special with belt loop and button closure top. The "emergency kit" has safety pins, a needle, floss, cotton ball tinder, and some misc fishing stuff. I know I could drop the Mora, but I really like a fixed blade knife (fish cleaning mostly)
Thanks to Mike C for eliminating 2 oz of completely unnecessary weight for this trip, Sam H for my current bubble wrap obsession, and Meir Gottleib for the award winning spreadsheet I use.