scottwrote a review of Therm-a-Rest Neoair Uberlite Sleeping Pad on May 8, 2019
Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
I tried out the uberlight on the AT at around 2000 elevation in April. Temps dropped to the low 40’s. I was concerned about the r value so I tried putting an underquilt under me between me and the pad. Later in the morning hours I changed this and put the underquilt on top of myself and I did not notice any cold on my backside. Was just as comfortable as the neoair xlight, and maybe a little quieter. Bottom line nice pad and super light. No concern about temps at least in the low 40’s. Easily packs in the included stuff sack. Easy to roll up lengthwise and fold up in fourths. I got mine 25% off, so I got a great deal on it. So light that you can bring it as a backup even if you are hammock camping (which is what happened to me - high winds kept me out of the hammock and into my buddy’s tent). Worth the money IMO.