I just spent another test hang and as usual, a question entered my mind. When you lay with your head left and foot right, in the footbox, how much room is there for your feet? Here's what I mean: The much talked about ridge formed by the gathered end hammock never bothers me and never gives me calf pressure. I does, however, form a pretty steep slope that causes my left leg to "slide" down into the valley and join my right leg. They end up touching at the knees and ankles. About 2 am, while I was awake listening to coyotes howl, I became "aware" of the feeling of claustrophobia by my legs being forced together. The only place for my legs is a pretty narrow slot between the ridge and the side of the hammock. It might just come with the territory, much like being in a tight mummy bag comes with the territory for tenters, but I wanted your thoughts. In my bed, I sleep with feet wide, often one out of the covers. Is there a fix, or do I just accept it?