Originally Posted by hutzelbein
My last try was to order a Wilderness Logics Night Owl, and I received it a couple of days ago. I'm very happy to say that all my problems seem to be solved now. The Night Owl seems to be a very forgiving hammock: I hung it without a ridgeline, and with different suspension angles - it was comfortable no matter the angle. Probably the level of comfort differs, but compared to all the miserable hangs before, it doesn't matter. The lay feels a bit different to the Warbonnet, but not better or worse. However, the calf ridge is gone almost completely (there is a slight bit of pressure depending on how I lie in the hammock, but not comparable to the Warbonnets),....
Pretty much exactly my experience so far with a Light Owl. Relative to other non-bridge hammocks, I find it one of the best as far as avoiding the calf pressure problems. Like you, I find a slight bit of pressure depending on how I lie in the hammock. I can always find a spot with either tolerable or zero pressure. I place it 2nd only to my bridge and Safari in this regard, and about equal to my Claytor No Net and Speer. And my HH Explorer UL pretty close also, but not quite. Any way, it is a really nice hammock for overall comfort.