I have not tried the Klymit Static V yet.
But I do own the Klymit Inertia X-Lite Recon, and I think it is a great product.
It fits me, and it is everything they say it is.
I plan to expand into more Klymit products, and my next venture will be the Klymit Ulaar hoody coming out soon. I posted a topic about it yesterday, but nobody seems interested enough to comment.
The Ulaar combines their Kinetic Vest along with the arms and a hood of a shell, for an inflatable-insulation shell that can be pumped up to handle cold weather too, all in one jacket.
I plan to get one, and at the projected $299 it sounds expensive. But what would a good down vest cost along with a light shell? Or maybe 2 down vests to cover the different conditions of cool and cold? Plus a shell too.
On top of that, you can wear the Ulaar unzipped and uniflated as a windbreaker in just cool weather, and then pump it up if it gets cold, and you don't take up any room in your pack with a vest or parka. Have one jacket for all purposes, and wear it so that your pack has more room. It might weigh more than just any one piece of your outerwear and insulation layers, but not more than all the pieces of your outerwear/insulation that it replaces.
Also, since I have the Inertia X-Lite, which is a 3/4 pad, I need some insulation under my legs/feet during cold nights. I can't use my pack under my legs, because I don't carry anything extra in my pack that just takes up space. I use everything in my pack. At night, my pack is empty, so I can't put that under my legs, as I hear some people recommend.
So with the Ulaar(or even with the Kinetic Vest) I can put the inflated insulation of the Ulaar under my legs at the insulation level that I select, and it serves as the lower portion of my sleeping pad, along with the Inertia X-Lite 3/4 pad that I use.
So, it's multi-purpose in several ways.
I'll use a GG Thinlight pad under it all as a base mat for non-slip, some extra r-value, and some protection for my sleeping gear from the ground.
I sense a lot of resistance to this Klymit stuff on this forum, but I'm embracing it and finding good uses for the technology.
I think their quality is very good, and I like their designs, and I wouldn't hesitate to buy any of their products.