After a few too many injuries and surgery, I found I could no longer sleep in a tent, no matter what I put in it.
I happened across this site a few years back, and bought two of the Expedition Asym units. The originals had some issues, the canopy was too short and it rained in. Their CS was excellent. The ridge line on the replacement broke due to my method of pulling the lines too tight, so I started taking it apart to see how it was put together and made some mods to fit my needs.
I installed a HD ridge line, longer, thicker, more user friendly ropes with brass QD's on each end, florescent guide lines for the sides and canopy, tree huggers and an inflatable mattress with Big Agnes bags for colder conditions.
I slept in one for about 4 months, until over run by black ants.
Decided to take it out of storage today after a ride, and I must say, this is one of the most pleasant means you can use for a painless afternoon nap.
The unit, even with all the extras I have, is very small. I also suggest the snake skins (which then stay on the unit). You just slide the skins over the hammock while it is still up, it forms a tube you fold and put in a small storage bag. When you hang it again, you just tie off the tag ends to the tree huggers, pull the snake skins off the hammock, it opens up, nice and clean - nothing to snag on trees or stickers, and ready to use. Been in torrential downpours, it stays perfectly dry inside.
I am sure they have made many changes since we bought ours. Beats a tent for comfort. Only issue is it does take some agility to get in and out of. There is a slit in the bottom of the hammock you crawl into. Your body weight seals the velcro once inside. I have clips for water bottles, backpack, flashlight etc., Virtually bug free, plenty of ventilation.
The biggest issue in the past has been dealing with the cool air that blows beneath you. Today, it was just outstanding.
I've been camping since the 60's, and this is my first "go to" day or night shelter. It would take one hell of an air mattress in a tent to beat the comfort of this hammock. I would say, based on ours, you might be limited to maybe 6'4" or so. I am 6', a perfect fit for me. Plenty of room for a pack on the other end, bag for shoes and clothes, do not store ANY food in this thing!
The only other issue I first ran into, were all the animals running into the guide lines at night....lots of deer, saw a beer or two. After that, I put the Hi Viz lines on and was more aware of where I set up.
Did I mention, NO bugs!
BTW, the ants got in because it had been set up in one spot for so long. I went in one afternoon and felt a squishing sensation in the bag, only to find HUNDREDS of black ants in every crevice of the hammock and in every corner of the sleeping bag. What a mess. Still pulling bodies out of it today.
Some great deals on pre owned units on Ebay.