My first (and only) hammock was (and is) a Hennessy Hyperlight (not to be confused with the Ultralight which is a few ounces heavier. I haven't looked at other hammocks because I've been extremely comfortable in the Hennessy. My only reason for looking elsewhere would be if there was a complete solution -- hammock, netting, tarp that was lighter.
One thing a lot of people seem to like is the ease of adjustment of the hanging straps of the WB. I was impressed by it too but not enough to justify the extra weight. Instead, I started using a simple quick release temporary knot to hold the hammock so I could center it, then I'd pull out the temporary knot and do the traditional lashing.
My motto is, "If you absolutely positively need to have it in the morning, take it inside at night". I hang my boots over the interior ridge line and kick them to the end of the hammock.
update: Two important things have happened since I made this entry. I removed the original suspension lines and replaced them with adjustable Whoopie Slings which are lighter than War Bonnet's adjustable system. I don't see any reason why the Whoopie Sling can't be fitted to the WB though.
Second, I went on an 1800 mile hike with my Hennessy. I never had any trouble getting to sleep or getting in and out through the bottom entry. I honestly can't figure out what it is that some people have trouble with in that regard. If you can sit down in a chair, you can get in and out of a Hennessy. Nor do I know what the difficulty some have with sleeping on their side in the Hennessy is. I sleep on my side all the time. They only thing I can figure is they might not know that the Hennessy is cut so you sleep on the bias. I also weathered quite a few storms with the small tarp. As long as its adjusted right, I stay dry. (I have had to get out to adjust it a couple of times when I got careless).