If they made Tarps and Insulation, I might never leave the web site.
I think these guys have forged their own niche, very nicely, in this industry.
They've worked hard to provide, a lightweight, high quality, conservatively priced product, that is going to take a real bite out of the higher priced, lower quality, big box offerings.
No longer do you have to settle for mass production, just to get your feet wet, in hanging, w/o busting the bank. And the major kicker, for me anyway, is that BIAS can also be your end game, goto, hammock, as well.
If hanging is for you, go ahead, invest in the other things like TQ and UQs, maybe a new pack to carry all that new UL gear. These hammocks can take you a long way down that road. I know now that I do not need to spend 175-600 dollars for a hammock to suit my needs, and with BIAS quality. I know not to spend any less. Now I can concentrate on down goodness, and all the other stuffz.
Don't waste your breath
Don't waste your heart
Don't blister your heels
Running in the dark