Spent a few hours this morning out in mid 30's* weather experimenting with different adjustments on my new UQ.
A few noobish type observations:
1. A too flat hang makes it more difficult to get the UQ snugged up against your body.
2. Most of my cool spots/fitting issues were below my waist.
3. Stormcrow puts a lot of extra shock cord on the suspension so don't be shy about taking up a fair bit of slack to get a snug fit.
4. A technique for checking fit: (while laying in hammock) grab the edges of the quilt at about mid point of the channel. Give a quick firm upward tug with both hands. If the UQ was sagging away from your body, you will feel/hear a definate slap or pop.
5. Over tightening the end closure draw strings can cause gaps and distort the shape of the quilt so it doesn't lay up against your body as intended.
6. Cool/cold weather hammocking seems a bit like cooking, if you want to eat well you have to invest some time learning how.
Thanks to all of you at HF for giving me the encouragement that I will be able to figure it out.