Too many options to list, just figure out what it is that YOU need and build from there. Everybody has their own opinion and what makes them happy.
$$$. That'll be the first thing, just wad it up and throw it out the window, this stuff is addictive.
Size. Most hammocks out there fit, some do run small, so research-up, and find whats good for you,-single, double-super mama.
With your weight and heigth, you should be comfortable in most commercially available 'mocks.
BUGS. Mosquito net is absolutely PRICELESS, nothing more miserable than trying to sleep while an angry horde of bugs devour your flesh. Do not skimp on bug protection.
Do you sew? or want to learn? Making your own is a great hobby and gives you the satisfaction of "I built that". Hammocks are simple and fun to build, IMO, and those that have walked before you are eager to share their knowledge. If not, Warbonnet is a great value, as is the Hennessey and Speer and Jrb. If I had to do it all over again,I would have bought one on-line. Lots of expenses and trips back and forth to the store.
Then the tarp, and suspension, and... the list goes on forever. Pick something cheap or find a loaner, too. Its not for everyone, these people here experimented with lots of failures to get what works for them. Most will never stop trying new stuff, counseling available. Start small, if you are not sure. E-bay and craigslist have quite a few options under 50-100 dollars. If you got the coin, buy something nice and if you don't like it , you can sell it here, quick.
Welcome to the Forum, keep your hands inside the vehicle at all times and enjoy the ride.
Ambulo tua ambulo.