Really a great book, Shug, thanks to your video in youtube I was aware of its existence.
Ordered in Amazon and was very pleased with it.
It has a lot of the stuff that appears here, but in a concise structured way, so we don´t have to spend that much time reading spare threads here. It helps a lot to know what are the already tested techniques others use so we don´t have to spend so many time figuring them out, if ever. Really a very good source of info about hammock camping.
The only concern I had about the stuff stated in the book is about the use of the sliping lark´s head (or cow hitch) knot to adjust the suspension lines. I have used it myself sometimes and have had no trouble, but in several knot books I have it always says that it is one of the less secures hitches there are, prone to slip, so I would always use it in its "pedigree" form, or use it with a stopper knot or an extra turn around the standing part rope. I personally always try to use the marlinspike hitch and toggle system.
Just my two cents.