Originally Posted by Cannibal
You might be surprised. I bought one on a whim and used it to sleep in for about 3 weeks. I had to play with the sag a lot before I was able to get comfy, but once I had it right it was great! If I were to use it for a hike I'm pretty sure I put in a structural ridgeline just so I didn't have to go thru the sag setting everytime. It, or my Traveler, will probably go with me on my thru as gear hammocks that can double as a back-up.
The doublenest I think would be very easy to get diagonal on.
oh yeah. the doublenest sleeps great. I am 6'5 and have been sleeping in mine off and on for a few weeks. same thing for me, the sag has to be played with but there are defineately some sweet spots! also, with a ccf pad, the pad will it give it some structure, IMO, which makes it lay flatter.