I had a chance to hang the Claytor with both the AHE ultra light buckles and the JRB tri-glides:
The AHE buckles were very easy to adjust. I did need to add a slippery half hitch after hitting the ground the first time trying them with strapworks HSS1P webbing. I did not have this problem with the stock WBBB webbing. I was really impressed by the comfort of this hammock.
I then tried the Jacks tri-glides and Dutch clips on the Claytor. This left the end open the same way the stock suspension would. I personally could not feel a difference in how the hammock hung. This was a VERY quick test though as it was my Mothers birthday and I was supposed to be inside, not testing out multiple hammocks and suspensions
The buckles with Dutch clips were really quick and easy. Watch what straps you use with them, the half hitch was needed with the HSS1P webbing but not with others I have tried and this webbing made the setup much heavier. Does anyone have a recommendation for webbing?
The Tri-glides felt the same to me (5 minute test), were much lighter and I did really like them but the fiddle factor went up drastically for me as far as getting the hang angles I wanted. I liked the light weight and did leave them on the Claytor so that I can test again soon with different hanging distances. If I can get the fiddle factor down lower I will keep these on the hammock.
I have a few picks of the buckles. I will edit with picks of the Tri-glides when I have a chance.