I had a chance to slip out to the woods yesterday for some much needed RNR. I set up camp around 5pm and spent the rest of the time reading and tuning my gear. I was pretty pumped to see how the hammock would sleep for the first time and I wasn't disappointed but I was cold with the mid 40 overnight temps. As you guys know the old sleeping bag in the hammock trick doesn't work too well but I got a decent nights sleep never the less. After I set up my tarp I was a little concerned with it's coverage but it kept me dry during the short rain that came around 3am. The smell of the rain and the light ground breeze that slipped under the tarp was very peaceful. I woke up around 8am with plenty of energy and ready for the day. It didn't take long to break everything down and I was on my way shortly after. I loved the experience but I am definitely going to be buying an underquilt! All in all I had a pretty successful trip.