Both responses are worth considering. I think I have found a local source for Cloudveil gear (a high dollar [like $25K+ membership fees] country club pro shop of all places), so I hope to get a chance to touch/feel the Peak Pants (Rodeo *and* prospector pant replacement).
I love my windshirt so much, I'm not sure why I didn't think of the tight/shell idea for the legs. I own a pair of the UL tights, but found them a bit too cool for the hour, or so, of daily camp time on my last trip. And that was in mild temps (40F+). They were perfect for sleeping in. Combined with the shell, however, that just might work.
I've been wanting to "break the ice" on my first garment sewing project. So, for ~$25, I could buy the 1.1ripstop kit from www.thru-hiker.com and give it a try.
Though the Montane pants are onsale at backcountrygear for $56.