One other note -- I really like the sweater-style wrist cuffs on my Hadron. They're tight and thick, which does take a bit getting used to. However, the first time I wore it in camp, I immediately understood the reasoning behind it.
With my previous Montbell down parka, with its relatively loose cuffs, I always felt a little nervous working with my stove or eating dinner, gathering firewood, etc., while wearing the parka. That's because the loose cuffs would inevitably hover real close to my wrists, or out over my palm, and get very close to any of these dirty / sharp / hot objects. So the cuffs on the MB parka, being loose, made me nervous, and usually I had to push up the sleeves real high just to have peace of mind about that.
But with the sweater-style cuffs on the Hadron, that's no longer a concern. I can push them up just a couple inches and they stay put, decisively holding back the down-filled part of the sleeve from whatever I'm doing. I like that a lot.