Maybe I all ready know but let me run it by the pros. I have my BB hung from the ceiling in the basement. I did sleep in it last night for 4 hours but was not as comfortable as I could have been. There was a line under my knees that was not going to work for me.
On investigation this morning here is what I noticed. My ridge line was more like a lose string hanging in my face. The suspension lines were at more of a 45 degree angle and not 25 like WB suggest. To get to 25 degrees I will need a ladder to get into it. Questions:
1. is the ridge line lose issue being caused by the angle of the suspension lines?
2. Is this causing the ridge under my knees that is uncomfortable?
3. Can I make this work or do I need to build one of the hammock stands I see in the DIY section?
4. Does the angle of the suspension lines determine how flat you can lay?
If I can get a little more flat and get rid of or greatly reduce that line under my knees I think I am going to like sleeping this way.