I just made the transition from the hennesy to the blackbird for a few reasons. The issue im having is trying to understand why brandon puts a ridge line in it at all. I thought and could be wrong that a ridge line was to provide a consistent comfortable sag for the user so that less time was needed to adjust. With the WBBB i need to have considerable sag in the ridge line to even be remotely comfortable(cave pressure the issue). The SRL isn't even supporting the bug net. Now I understand that my experience in hennessy may be to blame but if i need to obtain the perfect suspension angle and the srl isn't supporting anything why have it. My thought is that if i shorten the srl to the length that the hammock is comfortable at i could use that as my benchmark rather then the bend the srl to 90° test as that is a lot of in and out of the hammock.