I've got the straps secured to the trees in the regular way with carabiners A (I moved the Ti ones to this position because of the Mammut failure discussed in another thread).
Straps run to buckles. The buckles have a loop that is designed to run to the hammock. But instead I clip the long double adjustable whoopie to it with carabiners B and tighten them up. The straps and buckles function as pulleys to crank some more tension into the system but not too much. Together they form the SLS ridge line with carbiners B serving as the alpine loops.
Adjustable whoopies are also clipped into carbiners B and run down to carbiners C at the hammock.
Into carbiners C are clipped the hammock, SRL, underquilt, and when it is made the weather sock.
Since straps, giant whoopie, and the two regular whoopies are all adjustable there is great leeway in how one can hang and maintain the 30* angle to the hammock ... I think. I've got to try it out with trees of different distances apart and different elevations on the trees.