I had one of the early Big Agnes inflating pads. I loved it and thought I had really found the answer to a comfortable pad that compact and lightweight. At one point I took it to the Shenandoahs and decided to camp on some rocks. After that it no long held any air. I filled it with water to find the problem: 10 tiny holes, too many to fix. Watch where you lay those big thick inflatable pads. I'm back to a 1.25 inch self-inflating/foam Thermarest. It's comfortable, less-compact but much sturdier and warmer.
Thanks guys for sharing your video and your adventure. I really enjoy watching these, thanks again!Pugs
I highly recommend the Nemo Fillo Pillow, it's by far the best camping pillow I've ever used.