As a long time Neoair user, I will say that the X-Frame is very atractive.
1) Weight is very attractive, as always
2) Performance, both definitive (raw tests) and subjective.
Lately, I have been been increasingly disapointed with my neoairs due to problems with reliability and performance. I have had 4 pads. 2 have had problems, and, neither was a puncture which I was anticipating. (Ballooning: ie delaminination of one or more cores. And, general fabric leaks in multiple spots.) Both failures effected performance, but, neither was catastrophic. But, they cost money. Money to buy, money in my time spent to have them serviced.
So, I am considering other options as a disastified customer.
Yes, I would also like a more definitive test, not a subjective one. Perhaps a table of several 3 or 4 tests would be the easiest to assimilate. One alone, one with a 0C bag, one with a 3/8" foam on top of the pad.
Subjective tests are usually positive. What they "don't say" is more difficult to pick out than "what they say." But, I know how to swallow a pill.
Given Klymit's interest in body maping, a manikin test would be acceptable. I understand about "wiggle" room in tests... And I understand about real world performance as opposed to lab performance.
Soo, get on with the tests. I will be waiting for the results! In my book, anything close to a thermorest guidelite would still be good ;-)