Sorry if I am late to the party, but I've been off the net for a bit. Crazy busy at work. But I digress.
I have been using the SBPro for 18 months now, and between scouts and personal trips, I have logged 55 nights in the SBPro with overnight lows from 21° to 80°. Great hammock. If you want to see my "latest" round of mods (namely the addition of a SRL) see my post here:
Skeeter Beeter Pro upgrades
As you now own the SBPro, I cant' tell you alot that you don't already know. Mine with whoopies (including plus straps and toggles) and the SRL weighs in at 28 oz. Not extremely lightweight, but not bad.
Before I added the SRL, it was easy to simply flip the hammock over to use it without the bug net. It is my preference to sleep open in the winter, as I have found that inside the bug net in winter traps moisture, and everything inside is slightly damp when I wake up. Now that the SRL runs through the bug net, it takes a small effort (and about 3 minutes at home) to detach the SRL, fish it out of the netting, and reattach it outside of the net (for winter use), and a minute or so longer to re-rig it months later for spring/summer/fall use. Eventually, it is my intention to pick up a second, open gathered end hammock for winter use, hopefully by the next cold season.
In the meantime, I look forward to every night I sleep in my SBPro, over sleeping in my bed at home. Always a good night's sleep, regardless of the weather.