Originally Posted by Boomer
+1 on Shug's response. I love my Superfly. I can lower it's height when its windy and pitch the doors. The wind really affects how much heat you can maintain. You can pitch the tarp into the wind on a hot day & it moves the air through the tarp to help cool. You can batten down the doors to prevent the wind from carrying away the heat.
I just added a 2QZQ UQP and it's added another 5*-10*. When using my DreamHammock Dangerbird a few weeks ago, I had the tarp battened down, the UQP and the built in overcover (zipped up). It was 29* outside & 42* inside my hammock at the ridgeline.
I think this is the direction I am heading in minus the overcover. I ordered a 2QZQ UQP last week and I'm hoping to get doors by late winter. I think this might do the trick. Good to know about the UQP.