I just got back from a fishing trip to Prairie Bee Lake, between Wawa, and Chapleau, Ontario. My HH Explorer UL performed great. I slept better than I have in years. I slept later than the 9 guys in the cramped cabin, they had to wake me up every morning. I stayed dry and comfortable through a thunderstorm, (never woke up) temps at night varied from windy in the mid 40s- calm and lower 60s. I slept in a REI sub Kilo 20 degree bag, on a thermarest trail-lite pad. Though comfortable, I'll be upgrading to an UQ, since it was a pain to get into the bag, and onto the pad.
I used the stock sil-nylon tarp, with a paracord ridgeline, attached to trees with figure 9s. Hammock was hung with the stock suspension, once setup, it required no adjustment for 7 days. Mosquitos were the worst I'd ever seen, I had to put my headphones on to cover up the loud buzzing outside the hammock! No bites through the hammock, or mesh. (I did treat everything with permethrin)
I can't wait to get back out there and hang again, this time will be just a short solo overnighter(or two)
A couple pics: