I was fiddling with my DIY hammock thats whipped similar to a WB trying to figure on how I wanted to attach my UQ. I'm trying to keep the UQ rectangular shaped to use as a layered TQ UQ dual purpose system. As I layed there frustrated somewhat I thought that maybe I ought to figure out my bugnet attachment before I went any further. Thinking about zippers I remembered that I had a five gal bucket full of stuff I cut off a abandoned tent I had found. It was a big tent with all kinds of doors,vent openings and zipper shapes. Triangles,half moons, half moon with L and a large T. Being a noob with no experience with using a hammock with a bug net on it. I'm kinda open minded about my ideas and looking at those tent pieces got me thinking. So I was wondering has anyone incorporated shaped doors like a tent into their bug net? All the zippered bug nets I've seen were zipped following the horizontal line of the hammock. I was also thinking of making those beak like end caps I've seen used for the UQ suspension. Running it up and over the ridgeline and then attaching the bug net to that. Leaving the bug net UQ suspension system semi permanently attached to the hammock with lacing or such. It would act like as a rain cap and maybe put a storage bag on the inside of the beak area.