I am 6'3" and 215 pounds, and I am having trouble finding the correct way to lie comfortably flat in the hammock. Mine is an Explorer UL, which has the 110" ridgeline.
I have experimented with hanging a little looser (maybe helps a little, not sure), hanging feet higher than head (helps a lot), and putting a pillow under my knees (helps a little), but I still feel as though I am too tall for the hammock--head jammed at one end and feet jammed at the other, and knees and head higher than middle. Is it likely that the hammock is the issue, or is it how I am using it? In the Hennessy models, only the Safari Deluxe has a longer ridgeline, and that is just two inches longer for a significant increase in weight.
Even if I am too tall, it certainly is better than sleeping on the ground, but I have not experienced the "best night's sleep I've ever had" that some of you report. I believe I would if I could solve this issue. I'd appreciate any help or advice you have.