I spent Friday night in my Backyard in my new HH Explorer Deluxe. I had mixed results. First before heading out a big T-storm blew through and crumpled the dome tent that I had set up for my son and his friend who were going to camp out as well, but the HH with its snake skins was bone dry. Good omen however, I could not fall a sleep, I was not uncomfortable, but just could not used to it. Also, the HH sagged so that in the wee hours I was touching the ground, I'm not sure if the webbing slipped or the rope (wet) sagged? I re-rigged it and found it more tolerable, less 'downhill', I know need to compare it to sleeping out, not the bed. I am willing to try again, I used a stadium seat as a pad and had an open bag under me (warm night) and this did a good job of keeping me warm, but did add to the adjustment/bunching up discomfort. Next time I think I'll lay directly on the pad and quilt with sleeping bag, or climb in the bag cocoon like and skip the pad. Any other ideas?