Ok. I have no idea what just happened. I went to lay in my BlackBird, and there is a sharp ridge under my left knee. I tried every way to set it up, but could only cure the ridge with a much shorter ridgeline. I use a locking chain link to wrap the ridgeline around 10 or so times, and I found the sweet spot. Problem is, that way, I can't close the bugnet. One cure might be a pillow under my knees, but I had to do that with my hennessy. Which is why I ditched my hennessy. I've always noticed a small ridge, but it has grown worse over time. Another recent thing is that when I lay in the BB, no matter where I lay, I feel the shelf/wall, trying to roll me out of the hammock. I am 5'3", 125 lbs, and own a two-month old WBBB 1.7 single layer. Another thing to note is that I have used this full time for the time that I've owned it.
Maybe I should try a ridge runner?
However, I have a few questions about the single layer 1.1 RR.
Is it really 1oz lighter than the 1.7 Single layer blackbird?
Will it fit under the superfly without putting holes in the tarp?
Will my Hammock Gear short Incubator 20* fit well with it?
Im not sure what to do. I don't want the calf ridge, but I hate having pillow under my knees. Maybe I can somehow order a custom Blackbird with a much shorter ridgeline, and a wider bugnet? I really do want to stay with the BB. Any and all responses are greatly appreciated.