Here in Texas it gets miserable during the hot months. With temps never getting below 80 even at night, any bit of wind helps. Noseeum seems to do a good job of blocking it all, so I've been doing some testing with some other materials.
I've made a few bug nets out of toule, and they do a good job at keeping the bugs out and letting some wind in. The downside is that they are a bit fragile, so you have to handle them with kid gloves.
The other day while I was at hobby lobby picking up some more toule, I stumble across what they had labled as "netting". The holes are huge, but I figured I'd give it a go. (At the Bridgeport hang last year I saw OldGringo using some pieces of ribbon that had been soaked in permethrin tied to his ridgeline as a "deterent". That made me thing that this stuff could work?) I sewed up a but net and sprayed it down real good with permethrin. I first tested it at the ButtBake about a month ago, and have spent about 15 nights in it since. So far, I have no bites and the wind moves through it like its not even there. Here's a pic of what this stuff looks like.
The guys at the hang were making fun of me, calling it a bird net I'll still carry the buginator in my pack (just in case) for a few more trips, but this seems to work very well. I'll keep you posted.