I've been thinking about getting in to tree camping some this fall. I enjoy camping anyway, why not sleep a little higher than normal. I've been researching different hammocks. The Portaledge is a bit more than I want to spend for no more than I will probably be using it for now. The New Tribe Treeboat looks nice and comfortable. But they don't make the net or rain fly anymore so that leaves them out for me. I don't intended to camp in the rain but I do want a screen and rain fly. Mainly for dew and mosquitos. I called New Tribe and they didn't seem interested in starting to make the net and rainfly in the future. I do like the idea of a single attachment point since it will open up camping to virtually any tree I want to climb. The hammocks that have to be tied at both ends such as my Eno hammock drastically decrease the trees I could camp in and seem longer to set up. I have recently ran across the Bat Hammock by Mosquito Hammock. It has a single attachment point. It has spreader bars so I'm not all cramped up like in my Eno hammock. Also has gear loops. And it appears to lay flatter than the Eno. It also has a screen and rain fly. Weighs about 5 lbs. Costs $160. The net is $60 and the rain fly is $60. That's not too bad. Shipping is $60. That seems a bit steep. I can ship a climbing saddle that's heavier that clear across the country for $20. If it wasn't for the overpriced shipping I would probably go ahead and order this one. I could drive there for less than $60. Anyone have any experience with any of these? Thanks for the advice, Ben.