My wife and I went this weekend to the Pinhoti Train in Alabama for our first overnight hang. We've been overnight before in our tent on the AT but never in our hammocks. The weather was perfect with overnight lows in the upper 50s. We stayed warm and comfortable, even without putting up our tarps. My wife slept in our new WBBB with a lightweight exercise mat slipped between the layers and she covered up with her Big Agnes 35. I didn't know how she would do since she had gotten in it several times at home but she loved it. I slept in my HH Expedition I bought from a fellow forum member with the under insulation blanket that comes with the Super Shelter. I covered up with my Big Agnes 40 and was plenty warm, almost too warm. Both are rigged with Whoopie Slings, tree huggers and toggles, with the slings hung on the knot, NOT the toggle. We were very pleased with our accomodations and probably won't go back to the ground.