I agree ChrisH, DJ is the most comfy for me so far. My hammock evolution was: After several homemades, I got an UL explorer, super comfortable but I always had trouble adjusting an UQ, once you were in you couldn't reach out and adjust it or anything plus it didn't have a double layer to hold a pad still. I tried the supershelter and it kept me warm but constricted the sides and I didn't have the same comfort as without it. There was a guy on here, Neo I think, and his posts convinced me to try the Claytor which had a double layer. This held a pad great but it felt narrower than the HH UL Explorer, still I could reach out and get stuff after I was in, so I sold the HH. Then I got the WBBB 1.7 DBL and the winter 3/4 quilt that Brandon sells. This was the best fitting easiet suspending UQ I've ever had and the WBBB was more comfy than the Claytor, but not as comfy as I remembered the HH. So when I saw HH had the DJ with zipper and double layer I finally got one. Its definitely more comfy for me, but dang what a zipper! Looks like something that would be on one of the old canvas cabins tents from the 70's I think one zipper pull weighs more than my pepsi stove. Anyway, I doubt it will be a failure point.
With the old bottom entry HH, it was always clear which was the head end and which was the foot. With the DJ, I keep wondering if Tom intended the zipper to be on the left or right? For some reason the hole to the dbl layer is bigger on the non-zipper side, and the bubble mat is straight on one side and tapered on the other, not sure if that implies anything or not? I've been sleeping with the zipper on my left side.