I'm in the market for a two-person quilt and have it narrowed down to either the Nunatak Backcountry Blanket or the Jacks R Better Katahdin Quilt. Has anyone used either or both of these quilts as a two-person sleep system down to ~20 degrees F or a little below? We're looking for something that will comfortably take us through shoulder season in northern climates.
If I go with the JRB I'll purchase the Quilt Wings as well, and if I go with Nunatak I'll probably ask for a few extra inches of width for better tuckability, and the overstuff he recommends for those using it as a couple's quilt.
From what I can tell, JRB's "Draft Stopper" option is just an extra strip of omni tape at the collar so you can attach two hoods, whereas Nunatak makes a "Draft Tonsil" that attaches between the two sleepers--correct?
The JRB seems like a crazy bargain, with baffle height listed at 3" (vs 2.5" on the BCB), and $330 for 900 fp down. Can anyone speak to the respective build quality of each of these quilts? Quality of the insulation, the shell, etc? Customer service? What if anything will make the Nunatak worth the extra cash?