Hey guys, Getting ready for some winter hammocking, same story, etc. I'm really resisting getting an underquilt. It costs too much and I'm no good at DIY stuff, even though I have one of those Costco throws. My question, is there past a certain temperature where condensation isn't a factor anymore? Surely if it's cold enough, moisture is no longer a problem? My Reflectix sleep pad is a moisture trap. It works, but I don't like it. I've been using synthetic bags up until now. I just purchased a Klymit 0c, 1200g fill down bag. I really don't want to to deal with any wetness. It's the biggest reason why I'm using the hammock. Otherwise I'd just use my Mountain Hardware sauna. Second question, how is a foam pad more breathable than Reflectix?? Is it actually? Most are recommending a cheap foam pad vs the insulation. I know this has been asked to death.. but I'm more curious about condensation than anything..