How many of you are doing or have tried this. I think I may give it a go this season. I have a backpacker friend that raves about how comfortable and easy it is. He said the normal "I can't sleep on my back with my feet up, it will be colder above the ground etc." concerns left the first night he used it. I have looked at them and they are light and not very expensive. The selling point he got me on is that I don't need to worry about finding a relatively flat spot I just need two trees. I instantly flashed back to a honey hole I found last year that I thought would be nice to stay in location wise but not very hospitable to sleep in.