I love my switchback. I feel like it is one of the best kept secrets in the hammock world. There is a special way they cut and sew the ends that creates a pocket for the foot and head. Also the bugnet is so roomy you can sit up in it. Having a bugnet on my face drives me nuts. I use to think that was just the way it had to be. Mostly it is the flat lay of the switchback that I think sets it apart. I can get like that sometimes in a bridge when I get the suspension just right. In the switchback it is every time with out laying in it and testing it out then finding the trees are too close to pull it tight enough.
If you ever get the chance to try one out at a hang, do so.