In bed i am a side sleeper , in the hammock a back sleeper, sometimes tho i do find myself propped up a lil on one side
found for myself 6'2" and 330 lbs that the wbbb 1.7 dbl and the sw 1.9 dbl are great for me.. the thing with the switchback 1.9 (from tree to tree trail gear ) is that it has four tie outs and is heaveir but more sturdy then the wbbb..the rings and straps feel more secure and there is alot less rocking, alot! I am looking at the nite owl as my next purchase for those times without a bugnet and the weight of course..but as mentioned here papa smurf has the dangerbird which includes both bug and over cover he also has the roaming gnome with just the bugnet and wide variety ofmaterials and layers and colors to choose from..
as far as tarps, I just got the superfly from warbonnet outdoors and had it at my first group hang and with the tie outs I had plenty of room to walk under it and in front of my sw 1.9 had room to change clothes and cook breakfast.. for the weight and the construction i think its hard to beat for the price..
tree to tree trail gear
gramd trunk skeeter beeter pro (forgot this one)
and tarps are pretty much the same