Yes I do! I haven't used it too much this year, but I did revise where the shock cord goes across the top to hold the sides up. I think I moved the upper one 12" closer to the feet. I still like it a lot, but Tim's quilts do a great job on their own staying put. For ~5 ounces, it's a great ground sheet and keeps your quilt together when you need it to. If I had to make a revision, I'd make the side walls out of Pertex or some very breathable, yet wind and water resistant material. I've also toyed with ideas to add a bug net to it for spring/summer, but nothing worth pursuing. Mostly, it really helps prevent your quilt/bag from getting dirty.
>The way that the footbox opens up easily turns the quilt into a blanket in warmer weather.
Oh, for sure. That quilt is so versatile, its not even funny. Just a great piece of gear. I hear that Tim has reduced the size of the Karo baffles. I wonder how that affects both unintended and intended down shift? In my quilt, down stays put for the most part when I want it to, and is really easy to move when I want it to.