We really like the light weight of this comforter. I get cold and my husband gets hot, but it seems to keep us both happy. We live in Northern California so this is a winter comforter for us. My only complaint and the reason it didn't get 5 stars is that the distribution of the wool doesn't seem to be uniform throughout the comforter. There is one corner that is much puffier than the others and a couple of other spots where the wool is thicker than the rest of the comforter. It's odd, but it doesn't seem to change the performance of it. And no dust mites in wool, so these two allergy sufferers can sleep comfortably.
This is not my first wool comforter, but it IS my first "summer weight" one. The catch? The cover is made of something very much like sails are made of: an incredibly heavy, unbelievably stiff, canvas-like fabric. As a result, I would NEVER classify this as "summer weight," even though it has far less wool than my "winter" comforter. It will obviously last forever.
The comforter arrived in a very large box. When I laid it on my bed, I noticed it had a large lump of filling along the one side. I chose not to return it because of the unwieldy box it needed to be repackaged into. Aside from the lump, It is very comfortable to sleep under in a winter climate.
The quality of this comforter is excellent...I love how soft it is and it has small ties of thread all over it like old fashioned quilts - love that! It is a little pricey but I was willing to pay it for the organic status and the overall quality. My issue is it is too warm for summer! I am returning it due to this reason. I already have a comforter for winter and would love to keep this one in place of it....but, it was organic and rather pricey too so I must stay with it for now. I do love it....but, for us, need something even lighter for summer months. *And, yes, I would recommend it...but for winter. :)