I have the DD Travel Hammock, but they are very similar. The Travel being made of waterproof nylon.
First off they are a very good price for a hammock packed with features. I find mine comfortable and practical. There are several other simple single layer hammocks out there with no mozzie net for more money.
DD are very efficient to deal with, and supply is very fast to Europe. The build quality is adequate, a few untidy seams, and a good number of lose threads, but nothing that effected the use of the hammock. These are mass produced items so one can't expect the attention to detail of the handmade individually built hammocks. But then we don't pay the price either.
First thing I did was replace the stock suspension with a set of whoopies and a pair of tree straps. Far less bulk and far quicker to set up. (The supply these on their site now as an extra.)
I tried their snake skin but found it very bulky, it is quicker and easier to just stuff the hammock into a dry sack, then to roll this sack down to compress it. The sack supplied doesn't last very long. This way I have less bulk in my pack in a waterproof bag.
I added four little chord zipper loops about 3' long, (I got in a camping store for pennies), to the zip pulls.. It is much easier to find them and close the zips this way.
When I use the mosquito net, I just tie off the shock chord to the tarp ridge line to hold it up. I keep meaning to make up a set of spreaders for the net, but so far I do as they say and push a piece of stick through.
I've done over 40 nights in it this year and have to say its been very comfy. I use with a DD 3x3 Tarp which again is very easy to set up.
I started of with a camp pad but was never really happy with it. It left cold spots and even in the pocket designed to take it I often found it moved and was hanging out. I've since bought as Snugpack underquilt, and it is excellent. Very warm down to 35°F (2°C). A little heavy at just over 1kg... but worth the expense. Faster to set up and very snug.
I started off pulling the hammock tight, but I also found that it just squeezed my shoulders too much. I now have found that if I slacken it off, but not so much as to get the ridge passinthru mentioned, I am more comfortable and can lie diagonally.
In resumé then for the money you get a very practical hammock that does what it says on the box.