I was wearing
Patagonia 1 longsleeve
Patagonia 4 longsleeve
Eddie Bauer First Ascent down jacket
Golite Virga rain jacket
Patagonia 1 pant
Army Navy ECWS pant
Everlast wind pant
Golite Reed rain pant
Komperdell fleece balaclava
polypro knit cap
Smartwool liner glove
thinsulate 200 gram fleece glove
wool sleep sock
Thermarest sit pad under feet
Marmot 15 degree down sleeping bag zipped to knees
I was well fed and kept the calorie train rolling all 3 nights.
Once again it was 26 degrees the first night where I had cold butt.
It was 28 the second night after I adjusted the suspension and was warm as can be, I even woke up with my TQ rolled to my stomach and was even a little hot; enough for me to zip my jacket down and take my gloves off.
The 3rd night was 29 and once again was toasty warm.
I personally don't feel the necessity for shock or bungy cord to wrap over the ridgeline to pull the CN closer to the hammock if you perform the aforementioned suspension tweaking. I believe that CNs don't even come with the "pull up" grosgrain on them anymore.
I did receive a winter Incubator this weekend which has 3 "pull up points" along the side of the quilt that I do feel are helpful for getting the leg portion of the quilt pulled up close to the hammock. This is only due to the sheer length of the quilt that I added the shock cord over the ridgeline and only for the leg portion (there is another pullup under the low back and at the chest region of the UQ).