Thanks for the list. For those of us, who have not tried a similar gear list out, could you explain how you use this system? Specifically what you would wear for several different conditions.
When I look at it I wonder about the following omissions:
What do you wear, when it's say, 20F (-7C) and windy while you are hiking? The Grid fleece top won't be warm enough, as the wind will blow right through it, yet wearing the WPB shell seems like a condensation nightmare.
In winter getting your layers damp is a bigger issue than in summer, yet the chance of condensation is higher.
No shell pants?
What do you wear on your legs when it's raining, windy, or even just wet snow?
No sleep socks?
Cold weather, damp snow, GTX boots, your socks must be very damp by the end of day, what do you wear on your feet at night?