What defines a "real orienteer"? I suspect this could be debated ad infinitum
without resolution ... but such debate is probably doomed to be inconclusive if it is limited to material possessions. I think the criteria need to include some assessment of how compulsive one is about the sport. For example, given a non-orienteering related trip, will you nonetheless seek opportunities to orienteer? Positive examples include Patrick taking his gear with him to Kansas and Tyra getting out for a map run during a recent college tour - and this classic: Orienteering in Amsterdam Airport - Portuguese Team
Regarding the Fun'k equipment list, I have most of the required items (including well-ventilated pants) but I don't have spiked shoes and I don't have a double-wide camp chair. However, I do have a comfy double-wide hammock which, while not easily transported and perhaps not as useful during
an O' meet as a camp chair (of any width) sure is nice after
an O' meet ... Unfortunately, it does not have a wine glass holder.