Also my first trip alone in the woods. It was a whole lot of fun. I planned to hike the 209, but ended up doing the 200 to 207 to 210 (the Sipsey River was way too deep to ford while solo). Only did about a mile of the 210 because the camping didn't look good. Anyway, I ended up heading back and camping on the 207.
The pic is my new 1.0 WBBB hanging with a Maccat deluxe over the top. I put my inflatable sleeping pad between the two layers, but I overinflated it a little bit. Also, I think my ridgeline was a bit tight in the hammock. Overall though, I had a good night of sleep and look forward to doing some hammock camping in the future.
By replacing my tent with the tarp and hammock set up and getting rid of my old synthetic bag for a down one, I reduced my pack weight from about 34 lbs to 22.2 lbs for a two day (one night) trip (everything but water included). It was awesome! I am going to either dump a few items or find lighter alternatives for my next trip.
The only bummer about the trip was that the forecast predicted a low of 42, but the actual low ended up being 29! Thank goodness for the inflatable pad and a 20 degree down bag! The only place that I got cold was on my shoulder that was hanging off of the pad in the middle of the night.