Grand Trunk Nano - big enough to sleep in?
I've been giving some thought to cutting down the weight of my hammock setup. Presently I have some cheap tarp that, while it will cover me from rain that's coming down at an angle fairly close to straight vertical, won't do a ton more than that. My GT UL SB is a few oz over a pound with whoopie sling suspension. I know that if I were to switch it up to a Nano 7 and a Papa Smurf bug sock, I'd have the same hammock+bug protection for around half the weight.
The question is, is the Nano large enough to sleep in? I've been quite comfortable in ULSB. I'm 5'9", 140 pounds, so a pretty skinny dude. Seems most people on here are larger, but I'm just wondering if the Nano is large enough to get a flat lay in for an overnight sleep.
Also, Dynaglide whoopie slings: The whoopieslings.com site says they have a "hammocker" weight limit of 200. Obviously I'm far from that, but I'm always scared of coming even within a few dozen pounds of weight limits. What's the actual weight limit on those things?