Like Justin said, unless their bag has some magic pixie dust, it's not worth it. You mention other companies that charge extra for special materials, but they also would have been lambasted if they hadn't mentioned the use of those special materials, as well they should. You see Michael, even though I've mentioned it several times, if there is something that makes this bag special, it should have been mentioned. They shouldn't advertise it like they're a chinese company selling a chinese bag, which is exactly what they did when they gave unconventional dimensions, didn't provide the fill weight, and didn't even say what type of down they were using. You claim to have a pulse on the consumer, and keep supporting this bag because of completely unsupported possibilities of pixie dust and secret features, yet use examples of companies that openly and proudly advertise their features and quality and willingness to go above and beyond. While you might happily part with an extra $105, I suspect most of us would rather not waste our money on a bag that appears to be cheap explicitly and implicitly.