"Sleep systems and the performance of their individual parts are highly individual and highly matched to the regions/climates where they're to be used and the conditions to be faced. Further, change one part and the relative performance of the others change. Posters and responders need to always keep that in mind."FB
This is true not only for sleep systems, but also many things related to what we do. I seldom phrase any advice I give here in absolute terms because individual experiences and needs vary dramatically. Occasionally it seems people want absolute answers when in reality the "fiddle factor" combined with our own individual needs have a lot to do with what works. Granted there are parameters, but few absolutes. Experiment, hanging is dynamic, and we are constantly tuning, changing, adapting based on need, budget, time, etc. Good advice Fiddleback.
“Things are as they are. Looking out into the universe at night, we make no comparisons between right and wrong stars, nor between well and badly arranged constellations.”
― Alan W. Watts