I made that rig last week and have slept in it for a few nights. It's hotter than Noseeum, and really hot if it sits in the sun. There is some ventilation, a breathable shell concept, and I like it for cold nights, which are common here. Even more so up in the mountains. Lime disease is in the news again and those mozzies are tiny.
It packs smaller, but I haven't weighed it to compare to the Fronkey net I made last month. It's also a bit shorter than I wanted because the BIAS is an 11 foot hammock, plus, mine is 64" wide, so the net is fairly tight all around. Weight feels about the same.
Getting to like it a lot and made a couple of mods to the design. Mainly, cut the end openings to 2" instead of 7" and made the angle at 22" rather than 20". Would also change how I sewed the seam connecting the two pieces to a flat felled. I'm still new to the sewing thing, but learning. Will probably make another one that's sewn better, but this one works fine.