Hey guys needing some input from fellow hunters who have worn or are currently wearing the First lite fernace top and bottoms as a base layer for warmth. I am from Georgia but our temps don't get extremely cold. Season ends in January here and between December and January we may be lucky to see 30's and occasionally high 20's (not very often). I have always struggled with staying warm while sitting in the stand for long periods of time if it gets 40 degrees and below (I know that may be mild by some standards and I may be called a pansy or weak for getting cold at that temp) . I have tried layering several different ways using several base layers and it never fails that after about 2 to 3 hours I start getting cold. I usually only wear the bare minimum to my stand and get dressed after I have cooled down to avoid sweating. What I am looking for is a quality base layer that will help keep me warm while at the same time allow me to wear as little as possible under my outer layer. I have read good reviews on the First lite stuff and the ones I have found on the fernace say its really warm but it is also fairly expensive. I don't mind spending the money on quality products that will last and will do what it says but at the same time I like most people cant afford to go out and buy 3,4, or 5 different products at several hundred dollars a pop to find what works and what doesn't. Should I be looking for super warm base layers and thin outer layers or would I benefit more from thinner base layer and thicker warmer outer layer? Thanks in advance for the advice!