Things continue well. we have completed a bit over 300 miles of the journey. Our gear endured a hail (pea size) storm up on the Bigelo Mtns in Maine a couple weeks ago, and the .5 oz cuben held up fine. Most folks are amazed at how well we stay dry in the rain while hammocking.
Only gear mod to either of our hammock rigs is my tarp ridgeline. I was using the Zline that is a non braided type line, and it broke down after daily wrapping around the dutch bone. I switched over to a ridgeline that I got from Dutch and that has been working well. I still use the non braided Zline for the tie outs and don't expect to encounter the same issues, but time will tell....will be setting up the hammocks nearly daily from now till at least November.
Setup speed has increased and I have to say that the prussik knot (which we use for tie-outs as well as connecting the tarp to the continuous ridgeline) is one uber-handy knot....quick to use, quick to make and very reliable.