Hello everyone, I'm new to hammock camping but I've convinced myself that it's the direction I want to go insofar as collecting up my own camping gear. I want a hammock which I could use **** near all the time without repair and replacement. For the sake of this discussion, please assume that I am going out into the wilderness to catalogue new species, and want something dependable and requiring as little upkeep as possible. What would be likely to fail first? Zippers / Velcro on bug nuts (e.g. Hennessey vs. Clark)? Fraying or damage of the hammock structure? If I have a well enclosed model, should I worry about mildew inside from night after night of my own body's moisture? I'm sure that this is different for every individual commercial model, so if there are specific models that seem well suited to lasting for a long time with minimal maintenance, I'd appreciate your experience and sage advice.