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    How would the product work if you rolled or moved around a lot? Do you have to sleep pretty still so as to not disturb the netting?

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    Quote Originally Posted by taylo View Post
    I really like the concept, but here in Alabama, the thought of a cockroach crawling up my legs gives me the heebeegeebees. The weight savings sure is enticing though. Also for summer, I'm in shorts and dont use a topquilt much, so my legs would be exposed.
    I have the same issue was looking at the Dutchware halfwith which is only 13oz for my size but I need a full net since I am exposed so will stick to my WBBB until they make a full wit.
    Raymond

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    Senior Member dfscott's Avatar
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    I saw a lot of people say they were going to try this, but never saw any reports. And this thread it pretty old. I had been using a homemade version of this that eventually fell apart (poor craftsmanship!) and was considering trying this one. (I switched from a PLUQ to a Jarbidge, and couldn't be happier, so I thought I'd try it again!)

    What are people's thoughts on this? I know Paul's stuff is top quality, so it's not so much the equipment as whether or not the idea works well in practice. The one thing I didn't like about this design is that your SRL goes *outside* the net. My setup had it *inside* which is important for me since that's where I hang all my gear. Just wondering if it would be modifiable to run the ridgeline through the inside? Also, is it nano or regular?

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    I just got one in the mail on Friday and it looks great. Easy to set up and use.

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