Thanks for the input on temp ranges. I am new to the whole hammock camping thing and your input is appreciated.
For me if I can't go out below 40 in the hammock then I have to have a tent. My allergies make spring and fall camping doable but not as enjoyable as weather when we still have some sub 32 degree nights. What that means is I am reading/trying so many different things trying to go colder without breaking the bank. Fortunately I can go out in the yard (acreage dweller) and hang the hammocks to try new ideas and if I get to much CBS I can just walk the 100yards or so to the house, granted it still costs my pride a high price but I can do it.