1. What about the Montbell Super Spirals? http://www.montbell.us/products/list.php?cat_id=796
I have two MontBell U.L. Spirals (0 degree and 15 degree). I will look when I get home to make sure that they are really continuous. I am quite sure they have continuous baffles, though. Another thing to consider is the difference between the Super Spiral and the Spiral bags. They both have 800 fill down, but the Super Spiral fabric stretches for more freedom while sleeping. But, MontBell bags seem to be pretty wide (especially the 0 degree Spiral), and I am pretty thin, so I didn't need the stretch feature, which costs more.
2. Is GoreTex basically never going to delaminate?
GoreTex claims (on their FAQ page) their membrane won't delaminate, but there are many versions of GoreTex also; GoreTex Active, GoreTex, GoreTex Pro, GoreTex Paclite, and probably some more. These fabrics vary between weight, durability, waterproofness and breathability. Gore-Tex does have a guarantee that if your Gore-Tex product doesn't keep you dry, they will repair it, replace it, or refund you.
3) I like NeoAirs, They are the lightest but plenty of options with Big Angus and the UL SymMat.
Cool, I'll check them out. They should be warmer than a ProLite 4 right?
Yes. A Neoair has an R-Value of 3.2 and a ProLite has an R-Value of 2.2. I have both, and I would say that the fabric on a ProLite seems MUCH more durable than a NeoAir.
4. I'm really looking for an international fuel burner. I'm not a big fan of my JetBoil. I'll supply my own pot. The default would be just the MSR Whisperlite.
For an international motorcycle trip, I think a stove with very versatile fuel options would be a good idea.