I am going to make 3 UQ's during the next few days and right when I thought I was sure about all the design issues I still have a big question in my mind on how my UQ will be set up. I am making two UQ's for my boys both at 60"x44" and the third is 72"x48". The materials are obviously rip stop 1.1oz camo shell, bright orange liner, and a double layer of Climashield XP 5.0. Now these UQ's will be rectangular and will be assembled as you would per the Potomac KAQ http://www.hammockforums.net/index.php?page=kaq directions as well as the corners being reinforced with cord locks. I actually have several questions. Should I use channels and run shock cord along both sides of the hammock if so what is the main benefits of using along the entire edge or drawback. My other option is to like the KAQ New River add several loops into the sides strategically placed and if the quilt sags can use the loops to tie off to the ride line for support save's in weight I am assuming. This would be my first UQ and I have not had a considerable amount of time or experience around under quilts to know the best way to hang them and keep them positioned and what not. I have noticed on some under quilts there are two cord locks centered at either end and if this is a better way to cinch either end around the hammock or one cord lock positioned on one corner to cinch the end works just as well.