That's weird. Mine came with printed instructions. Maybe Brandon ran out of paper?
Anyway, it's fairly simple - put a biner (climbing style, for load bearing) through each loop at the end of the straps. put a strap around a tree about head height, clip biner over the strap, adjust up pulling the loose strap end through the rings so the strap on each end is at about a 30 degree angle and hammock is centered between the trees. Tie a half hitch with loose strap end just over the rings to stop strap from sliding when you sit down. Stake out the cords on each side if you want. I have been staking them out then flipping the bugnet back over the ridgeline to use it as a chair. The ridgeline doesn't have to be taut when the hammock is empty but will tighten when you get in.
Sit in hammock to test, make adustments as necessary. Slide pad between layers OR hang underquilt. I suppose if it's looking like rain you set up the tarp, or set it up first if it is actually raining. Presto, there you are falling asleep in your hammock.