I bought the DangerBird to my winter hammock. I'm very happy with my SwitchBack. I like the symmetry, I can go in what ever side I want, I can sleep any direction I like. But with my Wiggys Antarctic + Overbag it is quite tight fit. I can sleep in it OK, but the bag will fall out very easy. SB is 52" and DangerBird 72". And the other thing that got my attention was the built in weather cover in DB.
DangerBird DL 72 in it's bag is big. I will take pictures it with SB and BB. BB is the smallest one. All are DL hammock.
DangerBird DL 72 is heavy. I would hesitate to take with me without pulk or canoe, or car. But as I said I bought it to be my winter hammock.
I brifely tested the weather cover system. It is quite a acrobatic drill to get it on and off while laying in hammock. This was the thing I did fear beforehand.
I do not like the fact that I have to first stretch out, crawl and wiggle in the hammock when I want out from it. And also when getting in closing weather cover will probably mess the order of my insulations. Based on this first test I will probably use it in that mode where the other end is net and the other is weather cover. That way I will get the similar experience when in SB. Only losing the luxury to change sleeping direction when ever I want - Of course the netting will be on my head end.
Oh and, colors are sweet! It is MY Bright and shiny Smurf Hammock. Me like it!!!
But more with pictures during this evening...