16.70oz. Katabatic Gear Chisos w/ 2 oz overfill, 9.1oz total down.
15.10oz. Cheap 1/2 foam pad or 16.40oz Exped Synmat UL7
For my pillow I've been using my down jacket in a stuff sack, but that was with a warmer bag. Since there's going to be times where I wear my puffy to sleep, I'm looking looking for a new pillow option, eyeing the Wallyworld water wings at the moment. Lately I've been waking up more sore on the UL7 compared to the foam pad, which I don't see how that's possible. If that keeps up, I'll probably switch to a 1/4" or 3/8" pad. I just picked up an HMG tarp this winter to see what tarping's about, so I've been looking at bivies lately. Most likely going to go with a Katabatic Gear Bristlecone, read good things about it and it'll integrate with my quilt. Previous shelter is a Tarptent Moment. So with my new/upcoming setup, I'm looking at about 2lbs with the quilt, new pad, and adding a bivy.
I've only gotten to use my Chisos once so far since winter, but it was in the low 20s. Wore my Rab Microlight Alpine Jacket, synthetic tee, midweight longjohns, nylon hiking pants, 2 pairs of Smartwool socks. I was just a little less than comfortable. My feet never warmed up either. I think if I had down booties, I would've been fine. I was sleeping in the back of my Jeep with the windows slightly open on my 1/2" foam pad. I was using the tuck method, and and my sleeping position was a little awkward so I kept getting drafts. I also had altitude sickness so that didn't help.