Holy cow yes!
First step is to nail down how to spot the perfect trees. You're looking for solid trees (no widowmakers) that are at least 6 inches thick and between 12 and 15 feet apart (any further and you'd have to climb a ladder to hang your webbing high enough).
There are some great videos from Shug and others on all the ins-and-outs of hammocking, along with at least two books on hammock camping specifically that can get you swinging with ease.
If you have a Hennessy, I recommend pitching the tarp separate from the hammock (I'm not sure if Hennessy still has instructions to clip the tarp directly to the hammock suspension). If you clip the tarp to the hammock, it will sag down once you get in the hammock. Keep the tarp and hammock on their own separate suspension lines.
My first camping hammock was a Hennessy and I loved it. The next step now is to load up with some insulation and go hanging!