I’ll add my two cents on this. First, if you are carrying a wood toggle it’s not a good idea. When you start sweating and also during the night with the dew the wood toggle absorbs moisture I usually wake up in the morning and have to hang the hammock around midday to dry it up a bit. That can cause the wood toggle to get a bit heavier. It would just be better to find one from the ground and use it only once. I’ve found over the years that if you use a marlin spike with just a carabiner that you need a lot of ingenuity in the morning to get it off to keep from fraying the straps. Of course, if you choose the right carabiners that won’t be a problem. I’ve also found that using certain toggles makes it easier to slip it off in the morning. A stick from the ground is not smooth enough so you need to work it out gently.