For bug protection in a mid I'm a big proponent of a bivy; DuoMid + Superlight bivy is my standard solo kit. A bivy negates the need for a groundsheet as well, ostensibly gives a few more degrees of rating on your sleep system, and is lighter than a full inner. (They also transfer to other tents or tarps, unlike a specially fitted inner.) This can be a regular bivy or if you want really light a specialized bug bivy. Lots of people seem to prefer the full-sized inners, though. Perhaps they find a bivy restrictive? Personally, I've never been happier since I figured out the bivy thing. Much less fiddly than an inner. Your height is no issue so long as you get a bivy that fits, whereas any inner will definitely cut into useable space inside the mid. (And any decent manufacturer offers "long" versions of their bivies.)
Of course, if this is really for a notional female camping partner and not for yourself then it depends upon if she is willing to use a bivy. In my experience the vast majority of less-than-fanatical hikers don't like bivies and would prefer a full inner, weight be damned.
While a perimeter bugnet might seem like a neat idea, I have my doubts that it works really well in practice. (Speaking purely out of ignorance, of course, as is my right as an American.) Most manufacturers don't guarantee the netting and certainly wouldn't replace it when it inevitably gets shredded without charging for the work. They usually won't even accept the mid back as a return if you discover that you don't like it, since they consider the netting a "custom" modification.