The poncho is pitched to mirror the A-Sym of the Hennessy with 2 stakes. The sag defining ridgeline of the Hennessy makes it easy to determine if it will work for the hammock. The Skeeter Beeter PRO is a foot longer than the Skeeter Beeter UL. If the 9'6" Travel hammocks are hung with enough sag then a poncho will work. I have concerns about the 10'6" length.
A hammock "sock" can be used over a ridge line for extra protection. I use my waterproof jacket secured by binderclips on the foot end and my pack staging ground sheet and binderclips on the head end.
You need to be comfortable to freezing. The bug season in Colorado is only about 3 weeks, but during your hike time.
I use a Hennessy with Jacks'R'Better 3 season quilts in July and August with expedition weight long underwear, fleece socks and fleece balaclava. Occasionally I need to wear my hiking clothes and fleece jacket and bring my torso sized ccf sit pad into the hammock.
My shoulder season kit is a Claytor No Net with double .375" pads, Nunatak Arc Alpinist and a MacCat Deluxe tarp. The Cocoon balaclavas from BPL are excellent.
I look forward to hammock gear with your level of craftmanship and raw material.
My design wish list is:
eVent sock at each end,
netting in the middle, and
matching poncho fly.