Concerning your packing advice, Ive been using that method when i need to get the hammock out the way in my room, and plan on keeping it that way for ever while camping since it allows me to not change too much the way i store my shelter in my backpack, and IMO its just more practical approach than keeping things sepparate (i really wasn't liking the idea of carrying the pad appart, worse if outside the backpack, or having to arrange it each time at setup or breakdown, not that this was difficult, but your way is just faster and more hennessier)... so I luv it, just need to get a big enough bishop sack done. So thanks for that advice.
BTW, I don't use the tarp prussics... my supershelter came with a ziplock baggie that had a pair of glove hooks and some plastic cable ties. When stuffed or unstufed or whatever i might try to do, nothing comes undone. So as i said to Ramblinrev, all i have to do care about is staking the tieouts, and sometimes reaccomodate the heatsheet.
Any way, I tried, with the new hammock, to give the hennessy lashing a try once again, but that only lasted about two days.. im back on ring buckles.. so IMO my HH does have the Easiest/quickest setup and easiest/quickest break down system, and this is obviously thanks to all the input from you HammockForums.net members, THANKS ALOT. I'm confident i wont have any sheltering problems on my next trips.