Is a camp pillow worth the extra weight?

You are trying to lighten your pack and then you get to a pillow. Is it REALLY worth the extra weight to carry a pillow. After all, there are other things you can manipulate into a pillow that you are probably already carrying. This is my take on this subject and how I look at it different than I did on my AT thru hike.

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Trekology Ultralight Pillow:
Exped Ultralight Air Pillow:
Patagonia UL Down Jacket:
Zpacks Medium Pillow Dry Bag:

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