Just. Wow. I've used this new Envy-S for three nights at a scout camp. It's incredible. All three nights right around 70 degrees, one night with the Peekaboo top cover, and two with the more typical bug net. It's been 80 or higher each night, and the Peekaboo is warmer than the normal bug net. Tonight I'm gonna use the Peekaboo TC again, as it could be as low as 75 at bed time. Oooo...
Anyway, I'll skip the details because they were covered in an outstanding manner in this thread: https://www.hammockforums.net/forum/...d.php?t=107815. Great job, gunner! I'll just hit the main differences between our hammocks, and throw up a ton of pictures.
Mine is black HyperD XL 1.6 from RSBTR, with small, red ripstop triangles (also from RSBTR), and that same red fabric in the middle of the Peekaboo cover, under the bug net. The rest of the TC is the black HyperD. They used red thread because they're cool like that.
I asked to have pack hooks for the pull-outs because I'm a spaz who trips over guy lines all the time, and I only really hook the shock cord to the pack hooks when I'm going to lay in the hammock. I also asked to sew them on in a V-shape in the hopes that it would make the zipper flow even more smoothly around those pull-out points. We used red grosgrain to make the colors pop. Finally, they added pack hooks at the ends for quilt hooks. They work great.
Inside the hammock, I asked for lots of pockets sewn in (storage!), and they work great. They also lark's-headed a mesh stuff sack to the RL so there is a place to put the fabric that retracts inside the Peekaboo cover when it is fully unzipped. It works great.
When the hammock first arrived, I swapped out the whoopie sling suspension for cinch buckles, because I knew I'd be at scout camp all week, and I like to use whoopies when weight matters. The hammock came with the fixed loop of the WS's through the hammock's end channels. It was trivial to put continuous loops in the end channels instead of the WS's so that I can change suspensions whenever. I only had green and orange CL's at hand, so I'll look to make some black and red CL's in the future because the green and orange hurt the otherwise Maserati look of the hammock.
I disconnected the fixed RL that came with the hammock to add a RL organizer (more storage!), and a zing-it dog bone at each end so I can attach peek bags or my pillow inside.
The hammock width is outstanding. I'm 6'5", and I'm just not able to get comfortable in a 58-60" wide hammock. I have no such problem in this hammock. I'm a toss-and-turn sleeper, and I was comfortable in several variations of every back or side position I tried. Rooo-ooo-ooo-mie inside.
The quality and craftsmanship is evident here, too. Just as good as my WBBB XLC and my beloved SLD hammocks. Here are a ton of random pictures, some with both the Peekaboo and the normal mesh TC's, some with my SLD QuikHang UQ, and some with a Five Below hammock I use for additional gear storage (more storage!) suspended underneath.