Maybe this is the wrong place for this, but how is this pad warmer than the regular X frame? All the literature I've read says that any air space between 0.5" and 4" thick effectively has an R-value of 1.0. So just because it's thicker doesn't mean it's any warmer. If anything, this pad appears to have less cutouts for a sleeping bag to loft down into, so to me it appears cooler if anything for sleeping bag users and the same for quilt users.
I'm open to the idea of cutouts in a sleeping pad and I like how small these roll up and how few breaths they take to inflate. I just keep hoping they'll find a way to boost the R-value higher than 1.0 to make a true 3 season pad. If you crunch the cost and weight numbers, using their nobletek gas isn't a feasible way to do this. I'd love to see NeoAir style baffling / heat reflectors.