I just spent a couple nights in my hammock in my mother's backyard and discovered a few things.
First, my sleeping bag is way too heavy for 40+ degree weather. I didn't even have it zipped up past my hips and I was sweating pretty heavily. I'm going to have to get a lighter bag..or...start using the bag as a blanket. I'll give it a try after I get my CCF pad.
Second, hanging my tarp could be a lot easier if I'd put some thought into suspension. The guy lines to the ground are fine, but I really don't like tying them to the tree.
Third. I should really try to remember that I need to take a rubber mat or rug to put on the ground. It would make getting out and into the hammock easier, plus I could have put my sleeping bag on outside of the hammock and just eased back into it.
Other than that, the Warbonnet was awesome and the Speer rain fly keeped me dry. I stayed pretty warm until I woke up dripping sweat in the middle of the night. At that point, I elected to go inside the house.