Great advice and comments!
@Andy F- You're right, the temperature would probally drop to 20F before retreating to my quilt and warmer gloves would be nice. The L/S thermal shirt, R1 hoody, down vest and driducks jacket would keep me comfortable. For camp footwear I would be using my goosefeet socks. While hiking, if needed, the bread bags are used as a waterproof/VB layer either outside/inside my sock depending on weather. The quilt has 14.3oz of down, the 3/4 neoair combined with CCF pad would have a 4.75R value under my torso and 2.25R plus my pack under my legs...was thinking this would be pretty solid down to 15F. I forgot a fire starter and whistle but do have a backup book of matches. The Wild Things wind pants are very water repellent, epic fabric, but if there were lots of rain I'd probally want my driduck pants.
@Jake D- You're right, microspikes would be needed if there was any frozen goodness on the ground.
@Remington- The styrofoam cup has been a great addition as of late. The bear bag also lists 40' of line and a nylo barrier along with it so I can suspend it high off the ground. I'm only bringing 1 Fosters pot, I have the caldera cone listed as "caldera, fosters" because I also have a caldera cone for my 1.9L evernew pot listed in my gear library as "caldera, evernew" and it helps me mentally keep the two seperate.