We have a batch of them to play with but have hesitated on doing much with them. I stitched one out with channels and whipped one. It's very heavy compared to what we normally make. As stated, it is fairly comfortable and it feels robust, but my goodness! 22 oz. is a bit more than I want to carry. I still prefer a 1.9 ripstop (1.1 ripstop even, but let's face it, if you're considering this stuff, you're not looking for ultralight)... lighter, still very strong and less likely to fail entirely if it gets a puncture or hole. I think old4hats is right... "great for an all around the house hammock." IMHO there are other more trail-friendly hammocks out there.
Now carrying the Mini Tattoo Stove!
Light weight. Low prices. Great gear.