Finally managed to use my new eno this past week. My church had a mens outting at Shining Rock Wilderness Area and it seems like a perfect time to start hanging instead of playing rock and root removal. The view from the summit of Sam's knob was stunning and the weather great albeit a tad colder then planned for. We hiked in on the Flat laurel creek trail and setup camp a few miles in. I found two perfect trees and strapped up. I did make a HUGE mistake this trip. Even after all I read about bottom insulation and using a pad I was being a oz weenie and figured I would be fine with just my bag. I mean it was only supposed to get down into the low 40's. Needless to say I learned the error of my ways real quick the first night. I was so cold I got up put on my silks, fleece, pants, and wool socks. Even with all the extra clothes I still couldn't stop my teeth from chattering. We had about 15mph winds that night and nothing I did seemed to warm me up. 4 extra miles of hiking, 1 hour of car riding, and one trip to walmart later I had a foam pad and fleece bag I used as a liner. The next day was spent hiking to the cascades on flat laurel creek and just general exploring. I will tell you the water in the creek was heart stopping cold but that there is an excellent swimming hole there that begs further use in warmer weather. The final day we woke up and took the trail to the summit. 48 minutes later and we had an awsome view in every direction. All in all I it was a great trip. I learned some hard lessons about hanging while falling in love with it at the same time.