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@Bmcrae would it be possible to add a little more context to your post? It's unlikely anyone will respond as it's not clear if you have a question, are seeking advice, or are interested in something else. Thanks for considering!

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ok, here's the answer: whatever it says it's rated, add about 20 degrees for a true comfort level, e.g. If it's rated to 20F, expect good comfort in the 35-40F range. Based solely upon my experience.

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