Yup, I've got one. It works very well, but it weighs 20 oz. including stuff sack. On a different thread, someone posted about using mesh found at joann fabrics for a bugnet sock. Well, I just got back from there and found some of this material at a dollar a yard! It's 100% polyester, and very light. 900 holes per square inch (yes, I counted.) It's a bit stretchy, and very soft. I'll be making a bugnet out of this stuff soon.
Not in its entirety. The Slap Straps are nylon, and hence, stretch like a mutha. Also the DryFly rain tarp has minimal coverage at best. I'd recommend going to some sort of other system like ring buckles or cinch buckles with polyester or polypro straps for suspension. I'd also say to get a different tarp with better coverage such as a JRB 11 x 10 cat tarp, Speer Winter Tarp, MacCat Deluxe, etc. But the hammock itslef is good. Go with it.