Some time ago when I first took delivery of my incubator I asked a question about best way to suspend it under the hammock.
I've tried the standard shock cord and also triangle thingies from arrowhead but it's just not working for me. I find that when its snugged up to the hammock there is just not enough room for my shoulders, and also when my feet go into the footbox it kicks the incubator away. I've also tried shock cord over the top of the ridgeline in two places but the sleepin area just feels narrow and there is loads of excess material in the hammock. In other words it's just not a comfortable set up at all - but, it's absolutely fine with my clark nx-250.
What am I doing wrong? or is it just that the shape of the blackbird and the size of the incubator is just too narrow and I need a wider incubator? I'm 6'5 and have wide shoulders, 46" chest. If anyone can offer any solutions I'd be grateful as I prefer the blackbird when the temperature is higher, in other words, right now.