Thanks for the input. As far as keeping one or two extra sets...it's harder than it seems. Summer set up? Winter? I want both.. Just in case. smaller person ( teenage girls) or bigger person?
I hammock, mostly,unless it is very, very cold.
Here is a sample of what I have:
Warbonnet Traveller . My go to hammock.
BIAS hammock. Small, light, nice to take even on day hikes.
Speer hammock. My daughter loves this one, has a removable bug net.
Hennessy Ultralight Asym. The one to take in bug season.
Warbonnet Superfly, with attached doors, great for serious weather.
OES Winter tarp, with doors, for serious weather when my daughter comes along.
OES Maccat Standard. My go to smallest tarp unless I know I am getting some real weather.
Underquilts ( serious cold sleeper here):
2 custom , full length, winter Hammock Gear underquilts.
3/4 hammock Gear Phoenix. For summer.
Quilts/ sleeping bags ( leaving out old really heavy ones)
Nunatak Arc Specialist . My most used one when hammocking
Golite Ultra 20. Love this one.
Enlightened Equipment Cuben quilt, for serious cold.
Stateless Society custom 10 degree quilt, for serious cold.
Montbell SS#2 and SS# 4 for ground sleeping
Shelters when not hammocking:
MSR Hubba Hubba, 2 people, freestanding, my daughter's favorite, easy, big etc.
One of Jack's Sil tarps
Brooks Range Cuben Rocket tent, for Alpine conditions
Neoair regular- rarely use it.
Lots of Ridgerests. Like to keep these and combine them with inflatables.
A couple of Gossamer Gear foam pads.
Exped Down mat 7 short. Has a leak, tried to sell it.
Exped Downmat 9 long. Need it when on the ground in serious cold.
BA Clearview- never used it.
Then packs, a few stoves( 5), pots ( a couple solo and one 1Liter for snow or 2 people). Only two cups, 2 bowls, 3 sporks. I don't have much extra clothing and seem to use it all even when not backpacking.
We car camp every year too and bring all the hammocks and pads, etc.
Is this out of control? Redundant for 2 people? Keeping the down in good shape is my only real concern as I don't have a lot of room.