This suspension system gives you the most bang for your buck, because it is so easy to deal with and gives probably the best adjustibility, it seems to me. I took a 30' piece of amsteel, used two rings spaced at 11'8" so I can attach my tarp via soft shackle prussics inside the rings to minimize tarp sag. I then took two other lengths of amsteel, each 52 inches, and used a Knotty Not using old Harbor Freight aluminum "carabiners" that I ripped the gate out of with pliers. I bent one end around a nail to create the eye. I can hang my 11' hammock in my room, where the suspension points are 12' apart easily. I can be as close as 8" to the toggle or 8 1/2 feet. These SRS knots give you the ability to set up a Single Line Suspension with a tarp already attached and then just clip in you hammock. Another advantag is even if your trees are 20' apart, you still can hang your tree straps at 6' no matter the distance.