Thanks Roger and John for the edits- fixed and reposted. Here is my new SUL Sub-4 Gearlist.
I also made a few other tweaks- added matches (thanks John), added some spare flashlight batteries, got rid of spare MP3 battery (who wants to listen to the thing for 34 hours anyway!), and changed some stuff sacks around (nothing big).
Roger- I actually carry 2 bottles- 1 for water and 1 for Perpetuem (an endurance sports drink/food). It's my main food when I'm really going for it. If my trip is shorter, I usually eat more normal foods.
Garbage bags last many trips- they are oversized for the pack so no stretch and they are mainly for my non-compressed insulation items. Of course, I have a poncho over the top if it's raining- redundancy with rain is key in Washington. No big river crossings that require swims but if I fall on the crossing, it's time to improvise! :-)
John- This is really my spring/fall setup when days are typically overcast here. I use that Oralabs on my forehead, cheeks, nose, and ears. Arms if exposed. I find that I don't like hats when it's hot and I'd probably switch to regular sunblock in these conditions.
Here's my sleep system plan: with an 11oz quilt, I'm exposed in colder conditions. With the Cocoon outfit (pants, jacket, balaclava) I have a second layer of insulation for sleeping that I can also wear around camp or when resting in cold conditions. It might be overkill- I'm not sure. But I often sleep cold so I'm erring on that side. And you'll notice that I have no leg base layer- the Cocoon pants and my running shorts are it!
On my first SUL trip, I used a Nunatak Ghost, no bivy, a Smartwool bottoms, a Cocoon jacket, and thin hat. Too cold for me in 40deg. So I added a bivy and a RayWay hat that I made. Worked much better. This switch to a lighter quilt and all synthetics is experimental for me...but it makes sense when rain is our norm. We'll see how it goes!
Kevin- I don't EVEN want to know what else you're cleaning with those brush ups!!! But seriously, I use them for night/morning and then add them to trash- I don't repackage. They don't do the job of a toothbrush but do give a clean feeling. Good enough for me when only considering a few days.
Thanks for the feedback fellas!