I can imagine that I would have been sweating during the night. I had a lot of insulation on me. I did experience a bit of CBS during the night, but I think it could have been my imagination. When placing my hands underneath me, it appeared that it wasn't really cold, so I could have been tossing around a bit and just believed that it was cold underneath me.
The weather shield on the Clark can be completely zipped away, as well as only vented a bit. I should have done that, and will experiement with it next trip out next month. It was odd that all of the moisture I experienced was either directly on top of my TQ, or above me on the weather shield. Once I got out of the hammock and had the top unzipped and pulled back, the moisture dried up and I seemed to be fine.
One thing I really love about the Clark is the weather shield. I could imagine that for some, it would impart a bit of a claustrophobic sensation. For me, it is a bit comforting and cozy. I guess I'd make a good vampire, or I was a butterfly in a past life. Probably subconciously I look to burst forth from my tubby catepillar body and become a svelte butterfly (probably in my case, one of those fat fuzzy moths...)
Thanks again for your input. I'll be working on this next go-around.