I don't usually camp with a sleeping pad, but when I do, I go to Big Agnes to make sure I have the right pad for my needs. This pad was lightweight, easy to blow up, and insulated me up on Mt. Rainier quite well. It was amazing to see the difference between when I was up on the pad and when my foot or hand slipped off the pad and touched the frozen non-insulated ground of the tent. Needless to say I would have frozen without it!
The regular size pad handled my lanky 6-foot frame with ease and made it easy to sleep tight without slipping off. What's more, is that now when you blow up the pad, there is a one-way valve to capture your progress so you no longer have to manually block the air from coming back out, making everything more simple, and believe me, when you're tired, you'll thank Big Agnes for that.
The only thing I would have liked to have had would be the Pumphouse bag, which has been mentioned in other reviews. I used one when I got back and realized how nice it would have been to have one up on the mountain. So seriously, grab this pad and the Pumphouse, and go try it for yourself. You won't be disappointed.