OK, CFI, here Ya go, I got er done. Works perfectly. And I've got pictures rather than just words. Just click on them for a bigger image:
OOPs! OK, that is just someone trying to be cute!
MW3 Torso suspension on WBBB: lengthen the girth hitched foot end shock cord so that one biner(already removed in this pic) is real close to the hammock end knot, then remove one of the biners and put it on the extra supplied shock cord. You might want to put an extra loop closer to the hammock center like JRB shows in the directions for full length, I have not bothered here.
MW3 Torso suspension on WBBB take the extra looped shock cord JRB supplied, put the biner removed from the normal foot end suspension cord through one of the extra cord loops, and adjust just it LONG like the 1st one.
MW3 Torso suspension on WBBB: up close shot of extra cord with biner added and lengthened. Feel free to experiment with relative cord length lt vs rt on head and foot end, to apply more or less tension as needed on either side.
again, the regular cord with biner removed and the extra with biner added, both lengthened as needed.
Lt side biner attached to lt foot end of MW3 torso quilt, plenty of elastic slack left
from hammock end knot left side going down to left foot end of quilt
cord on Rt side from end knot to quilt foot end gros grain loop
foot end left side
foot end rt side
Wow, that is a lot of loft for a 13 oz "torso" UQ that goes from top of my head to about my knees. You might want to try and run the cord more over the top, but it seems to be working fine just as is. Also, you will have to experiment with how much the tighten the end closures. And if you find it has a tendency to slip of your left shoulder or rt foot, you might have some success having those cords tighter on the side that is slipping than the other side.
This is ABOVE my head to below about my knee. If there is any trouble cinching it off for full seal on the head end, experiment so that it is more towards the foot of the hammock, with the top edge of the quilt wrapped around your shoulders instead of over your head. But seemed to be working prett good as is.