Easy to inflate, surprisingly warm, very comfortable and everything works the way it ought to.
However, by design, it is fragile and does puncture relatively easily. It's easy to repair, but the maintenance is a hassle.
Also, takes considerable time to pack and unpack, which could be a negative if you like to wake up and get on the trail quickly.
For now, I will live with what I have, but would go with a closed cell pad for reliability and simplicity in the future.
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