I just got my ORM from the recent sale, and I am super impressed with the quality and features. This will be a great topquilt!
My question concerns when it is used as an UQ. I got my BMBH set up and attached the ORM with the JRB suspension per the instructions. I got in, and it was very warm and comfy. I had my wife get in there so I could feel whether loft was being maintained throughout. I seemed to have an average of 2 - 2.5" of loft along the length, but around the butt-area it was compressed to an inch or so. My wife weighs a buck fifteen, so I'm sure I was compressing it even more. I know it will be slightly compressed due to the non-differential design, but the compression around the butt seemed to be from body weight and the tight suspension.
So, I'm wondering if there are any tricks out there to have the quilt be not so tight against the hammock. Of course we want it close, but I think I would suffer from cbs if I spent the night in this setup because the loft was so compressed. Does the suspension loosen up a little bit over time? Are there different ways to set up the suspension? Any tips or ideas are welcome!