Lay weekend I finally got a chance to try out my new Supershelter that I got from another member here at the forums.
First night with the scouts I tried just the shell without the insulation. It was supposed to be a warm night (67F) and I figured that would be enough with my sleeping bag. Nope still had CBS on my back and shoulders.
So I put the insulation in the next morning, but not the emergency blanket. It's a pain in the butt to do it, because the elastic in the undercover splits the hammock in two. But I got it installed and in place.
The SS performed great - I had to use the bag as a quilt, which was expected, and slept well all night. I also really didn't have the issues with repacking it in the pack that others have reported.
I will say that the arrangement of elastic and tie-offs at the foot end are strange, and wonder if there is a better arrangement or modification that anyone has done.