i have used all sorts of suspensions. some stock hammock kits are puzzling, why they offer poor suspensions is a mystery.
others, like the wbbb are easy to use at first try.
if i were you.... get the "line/straps" suspension method on your wbbb, then once you change it out to whoopies, you are left with a good amount of amsteel. id rather have 15' of free amsteel any day over 15' of webbing.
heck, you can even use the line straps suspension and make your own whoopies.
i have graduated to a whoopie/amsteel suspension, wherein the amsteel takes the place of the tree hugger webbing, and i use a section about 5' long per side, with overhand knots tied in both ends. one end acts to pass thru the hole of the other, thus tightening to the tree. to protect the bark, i insert a few twigs around the diameter of the tree between the bark and the amsteel.
at the hammock side, i use 3" sections of aluminum arrow shaft.
this results in a full sized, 1.1 layer blackbird including suspension that is 16.1 ounces.