I've read through all the comments and reviews I can find for the Handy Hammock and it seems like the upper limits of hammock size and operator size haven't really been fully described or perhaps explored. The manufacturer currently advertises compatibility only up to a 10.5 foot hammock, but dejoha indicated some success with 11 foot tests after minor mods of the strut suspension in his review comments at The Ultimate Hang.
Can folks chime in with their experience and thoughts about using the Handy Hammock with an 11 foot hammock? Further, at what point should operators be concerned they might exceed a safe operating height or weight limit? (e.g. I'm assuming you might be pressing your luck if you were extra big, or had two grown people suspended).
Specific personal examples of hanging successes or failures with the Handy Hammock struts (and your own hammock, ideally 11'), in either single-strut and dual-strut scenarios will be greatly appreciated. Experiences using it in sand, soft soil, and hard soil are a big bonus. If you're a 6'5" 300 pound guy who hangs successfully with a dozen pomeranians and plenty of room underneath for an oversized UQ we want to hear about it.
Disclaimer: A couple people have described adjusting the angle of their struts to accommodate a different hang. According to the manufacturer (and the laws of physics) angle adjustments of the struts beyond their intended 60° compromises their strength and is ill-advised. If you've had good/back luck with that kind of an adjustment we're interested in hearing about it, but I probably wouldn't use it outside of spec like that personally.