Nice, BB kit is big with a lot of bushcrafters (Ray Mears types), I used to have one myself. Fantastic in summer, you've got all that space and a seat included for the evenings. The downside is of course needing trees / other supports, and that it's a fair bit colder than using a bivi bag or tent. A lot of the guys that use them in winter end up using a thick wool blanket around them. One useful trick is rather than tie the hammock directly to a couple trees, use a small loop of rope to tie each end to a carabiner, then tie the carabiner to a tree. The carabiners act as a drip cord and stop you getting a wet hammock when it rains.