The only valid question is: how do YOU like the bottom entry?
Here is what I don't like about the standard HH bottom entry: can't reach out of the hammock to adjust certain UQs, or check insulation that has been added to the HHSS to see if it is positioned where I want it , or just reach something onthe ground, etc.
On the other hand, some forms of insulation, like the HH SuperShelter or JRB MW4, once positioned correctly with first installation and with the HH side tie outs through the corresponding loops, will not require any further adjustment.
What else do I dislike about it? Well, really, nothing. Oh wait, can not ( without a zipper mod) use certain types of quilts with it. Without an SPE or double layer, a pad ( if you use one) is a lot trickier to use. That is about it. Some of its advantages ( there are nearly always pros and cons with all of this hammock stuff) have already been listed. It is all I used for my 1st 2 years even after I got a top entry model. I got to where, even with a SS on it, I could be in or out of that sucker just as fast as anything else, if not faster because there was no zipper to get closed. It just could not have been easier, though I did have to get used to it.
So if you don't have a problem with it, don't worry about it and, in fact, enjoy some of its benefits. Like the lightest approach with a net, some claim fewer bugs get in with you, etc. But any of the drawbacks are solved with a zipper mod and then you have both.
For I consider that the sufferings of this present time are not worthy to be compared with the glory that is to be revealed to us....that the creation itself also will be set free from its slavery to corruption into the freedom of the glory of the children of God. For we know that the whole creation groans and suffers the pains of childbirth together until now.