I was thinking about picking up some Sitka gear with their close out deals going on right now. This will be for my first out of state western style hunt. My hunt will be for Wyoming Mule deer in early November in a rolling hills, sagebrush type area, so wind is a concern with it being so open. I already have merino base layers, and I was thinking of picking up a Kelvin Active Jacket for my active insulation and an old model Jetstream to layer over that for wind. I would then layer a puffy over the Jetstream for static periods and hard shell for rain. Does this make sense, or should I be looking for something thinner like a dedicated wind shirt to layer over the Kelvin Active instead of the Jetstream? Since the Jetstream is a softshell, is that supposed to be doing the job insulation and wind shirt in one piece? New to the whole layering game.