"This winter, I got one of those sale-priced Byer hammocks which uses the same style as my cotton hammock, with many cords attaching the fabric to the tie-loop. Although I have not used this on a camping/hiking trip yet, I have slept in it in the house and I find it more comfortable than the HH."
I had a Byer Mosquito. It was pretty comfortable, but the cords on the ends would slowly stretch each night. I always woke with my butt on (or near)the floor. I gave it to my nephew.
My taffetta hammock is two ply. In it's first version, for a month or so, it was single ply. No sign of any weakness. I wouldn't be afraid of a single ply in the woods. No tendency to hole out or snag.
(full disclosure: Actually, I don't know it's taffetta. It's Walmart mystery fabric that was shiny on one side and kind of matte on the other.)
Miles of Smiles