How to wear in your structural ridgeline, get the constructional looseness out of it now.
Running the numbers for the WarbonnetBB:
Assuming it is 120 inches
Assuming the structural ridgeline 100 inches
Assuming the ridgeline material is 450 bs line
Assuming you hang at 15 degrees from horizontal, not 30
Then: For every lb of your weight, there is about 1.1 lb of tenion on the ridgeline
So: If you are 180lb, then you will put about 200lb of pressure on the ridgeline.
You will need to and want to attach the straps to the tree much lower down, both to get in, and to fall almost not at all if there is something amiss with the ridgeline knots. From the work I've seen of WBGuy, this is strictly for safety and will be unnecessary.
300 pounders here will want to back off and hang at 20degrees to apply just under 200lb of tension to the ridgeline.
Again: It would be great if some Warbonnet owners who never changed their ridgeline lengths would accurately measure them before and after getting the constructional looseness out.