I've got one of those hammocks. I'm pretty sure I like it, but it does have some issues you should be aware of ahead of time.
Disclosure: I've only got about 6 or 7 nights in it, so take that.
First and foremost; the suspension. The suspension is actually the main reason I bought it. I sleep in Brazilian hammocks at home, which use a similar style of connecting the hammock body to the connection point. I really like the lay of my Brazilians so I thought this might be close. It is close, but not quite. I think if they'd make the fabric a bit longer, it would be marvelous. Anyway, those little cords have a nasty tendency to get tangled when stuffed away. While you are playing with the set-up, be sure to play with the packing too. I've tried about 10 different methods of wrapping to prevent tangling; some good, some not so good. Figure this out before you go to the woods; makes for a very irritating evening.
Second, I have a small separation where the netting attaches to the hammock body by one end. It is the end that I normally have my head. I actually just, finally, repaired it last week. Just a cautionary warning because mine tore after the 4th night.
Once you get the wrapping down pat and maybe some reinforcement (or a watchful eye) on the netting seam and I think you'll enjoy this hammock. I'd make it bigger if (when) I made a clone, but otherwise I like it.