This may seem like a stupid question but I tend to overthink everything anyway so here goes...
I have a stock Hennessey hammock (stock as in just the main suspension) that I hang with Eno Atlas tree straps, a carabiner, two rap rings and a Guarda hitch. Pretty much copied this guy back in the day when I first got the hammock. Only difference is I use the Eno's for the larger trees in my area.
Anyway, I'd like to shed some weight and bulk and replace the stock suspension with Whoopie slings of either Amsteel or Dynaglide. This would eliminate the need for the rap rings but I would still want to keep the carabiner and Eno straps right?
Straps around the tree, carabiner through whichever loops in the straps, then adjustable loop of the whoopee sling through the carabiner?
Do I have this sorted out properly or is there a different method you would use given the parts I have?
I want to avoid having to learn knots, carry spikes/toggles/whatever. K-I-S-S style.
Will there be issues with just clipping the open loop through the carabiner or do I need to form a larkshead and slip it on that way...?