If I were a noob, I'd probably start out with a $12.99 tablecloth hammock as toygun suggested. At your weight you could easily start with a single layer, which only weighs about 14 ounces. Add an independent bugnet and you've got a setup less than 23 ounces. Then get to a group hang and try out some of the other cool hammocks before laying out cash for them.
It all depends on whether you want a Swiss-Army-type hammock like the Switchback or decide to go with an independent approach. A DL 1.9 Switchback is gonna come in at 31 ounces, but you get the integrated bugnet and other features.
If you think the Switchback is expensive, check out the Clark Jungle hammocks - they weigh a ton but have lots of cool features.
One of the most popular hammocks on this forum is the Warbonnet Blackbird, which has an integrated bugnet, plus a cool storage shelf. Dream Hammocks also have some really cool hammocks with integrated bugnets and even overcovers, like the DangerBird.
Personally, I do most of my camping/hiking in non-bugnet weather. I don't like zippers or integrated bugnets, and favor a simple, channeled, gathered-end hammock, so my setup can be much lighter at times. Depending on conditions, I can head out with just a seven ounce (excluding suspension) Weight Weenie Micro hammock. Even my double layer Weight Weenie Micro double layer is just 14 ounces. If it's bugnet weather, I can carry a Buginator bugnet at 8.8 ounces, or the NanoBuginator bugnet at 7 ounces. I really like leaving the bugnet at home when I don't need it.
Good luck in your search!