The PeaPods are super easy to attach and use, but they aren't easier than the SnugFit. The SF is literally just clip and go. The only possible fiddling would come from moving the biner to a different knot in the shockcord if you didn't guess it right (snugness) the first time. I've tried just about every quilt out there and I do think you've rattled off the top tier contenders, but for me, the SnugFit wins the day. My biggest issue with the Peapods, and it's totally a 'how I use it' thing, is the lack of being able to really go hard on the diagonal. Yes, I've been able to do it with fair results, but I felt
constrained. Can't argue that I wasn't warm though.
If I was forced (and it's going to take the full military force of a moderately sized country to force me) to give up every quilt I had, save one. The one would be the SnugFit. I would cry a river about the loss of my other quilts, but my SF is cherished above all others...even though I'm not allowed to use it anymore because it's "her's".
Although, I gotta say, that dang Lynx from WB is awfully sweet on a RR. It lacks the versatility of being able to be used as effectively on just about any other hammock like the models mentioned here, but nothing
fits a hammock better than that thing. Well, so far anyway.