Not trying to be a pain guys, really I'm not, but I think I might have to try this to believe it.
I see what you're saying now, BUT if the bug net is small enough to pull tight before it meets the curve of the hammock's sag when pushed down, then how is it we can use a HH like a chair without breaking the bug net?
I can sit on top of the hammock and then twist and lay down in it on top of the bug net and it ends up kind of wadded up some under me, not drawn tight. The ridge line makes this a bit awkward though as gets pushed to one side and wants to pull towards the center where it should be and so I think I might get dumped if I tried to sleep on top like this. And if it makes any difference, at the time I tried this, I didn't know about the 15-30 degree ideal sag. I use figure 9's and pull the suspension and ridge line very tight.