After reading your post on Zen Habits, and your rule #9 about only wearing wool, I have some questions. Hopefully you can answer them based on your experiences.
1) How is wool in hot weather? I'm familiar with the cold weather benefits, but I live in Florida where it's hot and humid. It rarely gets below 90F in the summer.
2) I did a quick search online, and I'm having a hard time finding wool t-shirts that aren't tight fitting and meant to be used as undergarments. Wool is practically non-existent in the local retail stores. Do you have a suggestions for where to shop for warm weather wool clothing?
3) Do you find your wool garments hold up / last longer than their cotton counterparts? They seem to be more expensive, so I'd hope they last longer.
I'm definitely intrigued by the idea of wearing more wool. We took a cold weather vacation and the wool did great keeping us warm and not stinking of sweat. If it can handle the hot weather, then I may try adding a couple pieces to replace some cotton items.