Paul from UGO outdoor gear gave me this option: add some webbing loops on each corner, tie off about 6" or 8" of shock cord to that (it doesn't need to be long), then run a cord lock onto your UQ suspension and then onto the piece of shock cord (on each corner). This way you can adjust each corner independently to what you need up or down UQ suspension to keep things in place. The triagnle things didn't work well for me, and this was the best solution....after the first lesson of learning to hang my foot end higher than the head end. I liked this solution so much that I added it to all our other UQs too.