Naw you're not pissing anyone off, don't worry. I was just posting my findings is all. Keep in mind my hammock set-up is faaaaaar from the lightest or most compact out there. If I was to go to the same criteria and look for the ultimate lightweight/most pack-able set-up my hammock mass would be a lot less. For example using a smaller tarp, single layer hammock, shorter hammock etc. You get the idea. I'm not trying to get people to use hammocks as they are an acquired taste for sure. Just posting my experience is all. Just as an FYI I tried two Klymit X frame pads for my bivy sack. First night using it in the Sierras in a tent it worked fine. Second night using it in Cambodia in my Bivy sack it punctured. Got to a town and fixed the puncture. Third night another Bivy Sack sleep and it went flat again. When I filled it up and tested in a stream it was another puncture hole, not the repair I had done. Sent it back to Klymit and they gave me another one. Good on them. Fourth night on the Klymit pad in Thailand in the Bivy sack. Punctured yet again. Thankfully the ground was not bad. This time i threw the bloody thing away. Keep in mind the pad was always used inside the bivy sack and not directly on the ground. So out of four nights with a Klymit pad I have punctured three times. Lol!! Now this was two years ago so I sincerely hope Klymit have improved there products Lol. Best of luck in whatever everybody sleeps in.