I actually am happy with sleeping bags, never feeling claustrophobic in the past. On my recent 6 day bikepacking trip I carried both the Corus as well as a down bag. Both were fine for me. In fact, after the test I used both — not for warmth, but for coziness.
I’ll carry the Corus for hikes and bikepacking where weight and volume is an important factor.
Here I am setting up my previous system earlier in the spring.
Check the tick risk where you are adventuring. There are about 30,000 new cases of Lyme Disease each year in the States. The number seems to be increasing with global warming. New species of ticks are becoming known.
Check your pets for ticks.
If you get one, gently remove a tick embedded in your skin with tweezers. Firmly grasp the tick’s head without squeezing and pull upwards. Save it in a plastic sealed bag. Use a felt pen to write the date, name and address of person bitten. I’ve only ever found one once.