Every video I see of the Taylor GS mini is at home or in a hotel room. Has anyone taken them on off the beaten path? I do a lot of backpacking and paddle trips, and have brought along a Martin Backpacker on previous trips. My backpacker has been played on mountain peaks, arctic river floats, and even exposed to salt spray on sea kayaking trips. It has held up remarkably well. I'm about to island hop for a week with a tiny exposed sailboat(no cabin), and I can accomodate a slightly larger guitar. I was going to bring a Taylor GS Mini, but wonder how it will hold up. Everyone says it's one of the best sounding travel guitars, but I worry their definition of travel is house to climate controlled plane to climate controlled hotel room. Someone on another thread mentioned they are notoriously sensitive to humidity changes? Does anyone do any serious camping with these?