I just received my WBBB 1.1 not too long ago and have yet to take it on a backpacking trip (been too busy with college stuff, soon a trip will happen). I have spent plenty of time lounging in the yard though, tweaking it and messing around with my first and new UQ. One thing I may suggest:
Make sure, if you chose the adjustable webbing suspension, to make the triangle point in the rings face towards the sky. This makes it much easier to adjust the webbing.
I made the mistake of not reading the instructions and I originally had a lot of trouble adjusting the webbing because the rings would bite really well. Well I finally read the instructions just to see what they had to say and walla, Brandon recommends facing the triangle part of the rings to the sky. When I did this the adjustments were very easy.
If this doesn't make sense now, it will when you get the hammock.
Thought I might save ya the trouble.
Also, as someone had mentioned before, definitely make sure your underquilt suspension goes over the footbox. It makes a world of a difference, that is to say the UQ is then effective