Your lack of comfort in your present hammock could be due to a number of things. Perhaps the way you have it hung could be the problem. As a relatively new hanger myself, I've found that it takes some trial & error to fine tune your hang so that you get the max comfort. Are you laying on the diagonal in the hammock, or more down the center? This has a huge affect on comfort. It could be that your hammock just doesn't fit you very well, and trying another type/brand might just be the ticket to comfort. I'm not familiar with the Byer hammock, but at 6'1" you might need a longer/wider hammock. The only way to find out is to try another hammock. The WBBB and the Switchback are two with attached nets that people seem to like a lot. Both would re-sell in a heartbeat if you don't like them. You could also try a Trek Light, Eno, or WB Traveler if you wanted to spend a little less $$ and still get a really nice hammock. The one thing I've learned on HF since I started hanging, is that it can take some time to get your set-up just right. Everybody is different.