5'4", 128# and my feet reach the footbox. Use the 1.1 sl BB and 1.1 sl Traveller. Very similar lay. Traveller has a bit of material flopping around around the foot and head ends. With the BB tie outs staked it has a very generous inside space plus you get the shelf area for storage. I find adjusting the uq (Yetis) for venting & repositioning bit easier when laying in the Traveller. Like you being a small person end up carrying some extra tq. Flip side is the option to lay at a more extreme diagonal if desired, relatively more roomy hammock and greater head clearance under the tarp. Also, a 2/3 uq like the Yeti will provide more coverage. I don't use a footpad unless the temps are going to drop down into the 40*F or colder.
The 1.1 Traveller with net and 1.1 WBBB end are similar in weight.
You can cut a few grams off the total mass by replacing the stock Amsteel suspension lines with DynaGlide WS, exchange the BB shock cord tie outs with a shorter 1/8" shock cord spliced to a length of DynaGlide.