I've taken a shine to Multicam. Around here you need a pattern that works in summer (think jungle) and winter (think white) and Multicam does that. One thing that I need to see is a Multicam tarp strung up though because if the repeat is too small you start to get patterns that will draw the eye and that defeats the purpose of camo in the first place. Digital ACU works well in a snowy pine forest but other than that it sticks out like a soar thumb. I've thought a woodland camo/white reversible migt make sense if it didn't add too much weight to the tarp. The grey green of my Superfly blends in better in a wider range of conditions, than the busy camo of the Claytor Diamond Fly, of course in summer woodlands the Claytor blends better.
"In your face space coyote"-HJS