OK, first off let's hope Mark's daughter decides to crank these out.
Weight 9oz on my digital.
Dimensions 42x33 inches.
Color: light grey
Suspension: bungie just like you'd find on a JRB type UQ (that means the bungies are at the end BUT can be run through side channels like a WB Yeti.
Long bungies for attaching to the gathered ends of the hammock and another bungie to cinch up the ends a bit to close the air gap.
Temp tested: 58-62F
Maybe I'm one of the few lucky ones to grab one of these. My partner on this weeks trip used it in warm comfort. I cold tested it by getting in the hammock naked to feel for cold spots...none found.
Pros: cost and weight
Cons: none considering what I paid
Why am I writing this; well it's like when Brian started making McCats...you've just to love it when kids start a business and put out a great product.
As mentioned in my trip report, you could easily extend the range of this lightweight UQ with a 1/4 inch CCF.
Get one if you can!