I'm re-rigging my suspension as I need my hammock to be set up/took down by noobs every night next week.
I use a whoopie and toggle usually but want to simplify things by using strap -> biner -> whoopie (set at right length by me).
I actually initially threw rings into the setup. These are skinnier than the descending rings people use and looking at the loop where the whoopie touches the ring It looked a bit sketchy, as it's quite a tight bend and the dyneema flattened a lot
So I tried straight to the biner, the dyyneema still goes round a tight bend even with climbing biners. I seem to recall tight bends and flattening aren't ideal.
Basically what I'm asking is - Will this be a weakspot and should I just stick with a toggle setup (with the risk they set it up on the toggle rather than behind the toggle) or will this 3mm stuff deal with this no sweat?