HH was my first hammock and it is the one I thru'd with. When I set it up I would pull it as tight as I can. Then I layed in it for 5 minutes to let things stretch, get out and retie one side making it even tighter. This was in 2003 before Dutch clips, whoopies, HF, and even UQs. I was setting it up wrong but you wouldn't have known it by reading the instructions on the stuff sack. People snapped thier ridge line and it was really hard on the suspension and the huggers. Now, and because of HF, I know better the forces caused by a tight suspension. If people set up like I described the forces on the suspension can exceed 1100 pounds. I would not like Dutch clips used in that application.
If the hammock is set up with a reasonable sag that holds the ridgeline and suspension tight but not straight accross from hugger to hugger the Dutch clip is plenty strong enough. So JRB and I want to make sure that they are being used correctly which is with a 30 degree sag. I set up my HH with that much sag and I believe it works perfectly without putting stress on the suspension, hammock, or ridgeline. If we put out a product and don't state the correct way to use it it will be used incorrectly at some point. Mostly we don't want anyone to get hurt.