As many have said, I was immediately struck by the video featuring huggerless hanging. I, too, am a giant fan of the stovemaker--but probably won't engage in shade-tree psychology on this one. It seems fairly obvious that the damage to tree trunks may or may not be the reason for "perception huggers." It really depends on the tree, but there are many that can't be left unmarked by even the most moderate line contact. With so many extreme lightweight solutions presented here, one wonders, "Why not err on the safe side?" Huggers get my vote.