Also, I suppose I could put a barrier - thin CCF pad or thermarest between the bottom of the hammock and UC - that should shield any condensation from the UQ - right?
All summer I was comfortable with my HH and a thermarest in the UC. Then I tried a WBBB and had a ccf in the double layer - no UC. I woke with a wet back. I thought it was some kind of convection lose as the ccf was pretty narrow. Later, I realized it could have been just sweat. I didn't think of that at first because I had never experienced it before (in the HH).
So if condensation is an issue, would a pad between the hammock bottom and UC solve the issue? But how do I do that without sweating because of the pad barrier. Could it be I was too warm
We're talking high 20's F.