Got in the first two of three purchases to get back into hanging. Just waiting on my tarp now. Any way, did a test hang last night in the backyard with lows about 45 degrees. Got to see the "Super MOON" as it was a clear night. Did not even need the headlamp to set up or a tarp in the conditions I had. Some brief comments:
I got the Weight Weenie hammock from BIAS and the only modifications I've made so far were to add Dutch clips on the tree straps, whoopies with toggles, a fixed ridge line, and a double-ended stow bag from JRB. Very comfortable and easy to set up. The hammock with all the suspension components is 14 oz.
I also got my new Phoenix UQ just in time to use it as well. Got the 40 degree model with 1 oz overstuff, as I'm planning to use it to temps a bit colder than 40. Also easy to attach and adjust. I think I will not need the line lock adjusters at all, so I've removed those cords, leaving a weight of 13.7 oz.
I was toasty warm and slept like a babe, using a bit of ccf under my feet and my JRB Shenandoah quilt as a TQ. Butt In A Sling and HammockGear make great products. In both cases, workmanship was excellent and I'm not concerned about suitability or durability after inspection and testing. Now I'm really looking forward to a real trip (Grayson Highlands over Memorial Day weekend, should be sweet).