I use a Hennessy Exped Asym. Yes, it has undergone the 2QZQ ZipperMod #4---a modification worth its weight in gold. Superb workmanship! Strongly recommended!
I hang my glasses from my ridgeline. My cell phone goes in the little net pouch. My headlamp (a Petzl) gets its elastic strap larksheaded around the RL.
I have two plastic bags from the grocery store. I double the bags, one inside the other. I put my boots in the (doubled) bags. I tie the hand-loops of the bags over the RL, using a small bow; probably could use a small toy biner-clip. That way, my boots do not get dirt on the hammock, sleeping bag, and so on. Also, it seems that the bit of heat rising off me through my sleeping bag keeps my boots somewhat better than freezing; indeed, they even seem to dry out a bit. (I have heard rumors that some wildlife will chew on boots and backpacks or any other item soaked with sweat to get the salt, so better in my hammock with me than on the ground.)
On extremely cold nights, I sometimes tuck a dry-powder hand-warmer or Jon-E-Warmer in the bag to warm and dry my boots a little better.
"I love the smell of warm boots in the morning."
Given that I do most of my backpacking in areas frequented by various wildlife---skunk, opossum, groundhog, squirrel, chipmunk, porcupine, coyote, wolf, mountain lion, or bear---I ___never___ allow food or anything that smells of food in my campsite.
All the food, cooking utensils, and clothes I wear while cooking and eating stay at the cooksite, at least 100 yds. away from the campsite. All food-related items are hung at the cooksite when not in use, at least 10' off the ground and at least 4' out from the tree-trunk.
Gotta get me some of those small swiveling lights with the little clips on them.