I got mine tonight, took it for a short (20-minutes up-time*) test, installed the included snake skins and checked out the hex-fly (yep, very nice upgrade). So far I'm very happy but didn't like the way the ropes are done. I'll do my own tinkering there or, as others, just go whoopies.
I bought an Eno single nest with the idea of going one-link. The Hennssy is MUCH more comfy even in just a short random hang!
*-why only 20 minutes? It seems the tornado's last year decided that anything remotely resembling a usable tree next to my place was in the way and thus displaced them. That meant grabbing the kayak, tossing the new stuff in it and paddling out after I got off work at 8pm to a local camping spot. The neighbor was curious and joined me. He and his son have started looking into them ever since I mentioned I was ordering one. They also flopped in it for a few minutes and his first reaction was 'wow!'
The first pic is the Eno and the Kelty tarp (which has yet to come out of it's sheath since getting it Sat) and the nice white bag of nifty niceness that came from Hennessy today. A couple random shots including the smallest of the boats (14' is lightest and easiest to just toss and go), a couple 1st-time newbie shots, and the requisite flopped shot.
Hopefully I will have a chance to get some adjustments done (the ridgeline was way too tight for instance) before the dual-sport camping trip this coming weekend.