Hello fellers, long time no talk. I recognize some familiar names from my posting days a few years ago. Hope everyone is doing well. Got a question for y’all. I actually sent Flexx a PM about this but wanted to ask all of y’all as well. To make a long story short. I’ve got a public land turkey hunt lined up next year in NM. Had to cancel it this year because of the Coronacrap, but now I’ve got more time to plan. I’m looking for some recommendations for a good frameless, 1-2 night backpack. Something I can roll up and but in my bag while flying but large enough to get me through 1-2 nights. Most of what I’ll be carrying is hammock, tarp, under and top quilt. Change of clothes, food and water, and maybe my turkey vest. I’m thinking maybe 1L of water and some mountain house meals for food. My inital thought was keeping it around 250o cubic inches, give or take, but I’m open to any thoughts, ideas and recommendations. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Our plan is to drive where we can but hike back into areas we think may have birds to get us off the beaten path and make a temp. camp to hunt from but I doubt we would end up staying at the same spot for more than 2 nights. We would come back to our vehicle, restock and then change locations if needed. Those Merriams are notorious for roaming long distances each day. Again, any suggestions would be appreciated. I’m not wanting to break the bank to get one but I’m open to suggestions.