I currently own an HH but have yet to use it except to try it in my yard. I fear the HH being made in Canada for Canadians may not be suitable for those that want to camp in the Everglades. For those unfamiliar with the glades, this time of year in the hottest months of the summer the air can be black with mosquitos and the rain can come in sideways. Hammock camping can keep you above the snakes or even a stray gator depending on where you are. I am torn between the Claytor and the Clark. I love the fact the Clark is very weather proof and has the areas on both ends to keep driving rain out but the price seems to be very high compared to the Claytor which also seems like a good hammock although it also seems to lack the Clarks excellent weather proofing as far as sideways weather protection. My opinion thus far is that the Claytor would be a better choice than a HH but the Clark would be the best if not for the money. The Clark has the mosquito protection the HH does not have and the Claytor has a double bottom to help keep you from getting bitten through the fabric. Any past experience with these two hammocks in this area would be welcomed. I like the Clark but not the dollars.