It seems I need some serious help on vapor barrier issues. I just spent my second night in my Blackbird and found the bottom of the hammock was soaking wet in the morning.
I've been using my OCF HH pad in the pad pocket of the Blackbird, with a Heet Sheet space blanket on top of it. This seems to work very nicely and is way easy to set up. The problem arrises overnight (and I had the same problem in my Explorer Deluxe) in that I'm always a very warm sleeper and now I've got one layer of silnylon between me and the space blanket (which is how the HH SuperShelter is supposed to be set up. Even if I put my sleeping bag down and lay on top of it I still find the vapor barrier soaked in the morning.
My question is: do I really need the vapor barrier? Is this better left out for people who have night sweats? I seem to remember doing that once and finding that pretty much everything got wet. Help! What should I do / try next?