I have been playing around with my Doublenest, which I usually just use for dayhikes as a lounger, as a spare for a friend, and sometimes as a sleep system for my ladyfriend and I. Since I've been making DIY hammocks and putting DIY whoopies on them, I decided to switch out the uber-heavy, less than reputable biner/slapstrap system for slings/toggles/huggers. I used braided poly in the channels, and used the fixed eye and wrap system for the slings, but now it seems like the hammock is creating too strange of a lay. It has been so long since I used the DN, that I can't remember if the sides were always so prone to wrapping around me or if its just since I added the slings. Anyway, I can't get a good diagonal, and I'm wondering if I ought to re-do the slings and channel or if I should just make an adjustable ridgeline. If I DO make a SRL, does anyone have a length range that they use for the DN that works well? I could just make a huge sling, but I'd rather not waste the amsteel if I can help it.