I've read some horror stories of people getting eaten alive by critters through the bottom of their mosquito hammocks. Conventional wisdom on the forum seems to be that 2 layers of fabric, or a pad/UQ beneath you is needed to prevent bites through the hammock under-fabric. I've been leaning toward getting a double layer BB for that reason, but I like the weight savings of the single layer version.

Anyone have experience with a Blackbird 1.1 single layer in mosquito country? Is this really something to worry about? I plan on using a pad/UQ at anything under 70 degrees but I'm pretty allergic to mosquito bites. Color me paranoid but I'd rather be on the safe side in case I end up off the pad or am using it in higher temps without under insulation.