Have been a long time user of the Hennessy system, which I love, but am forever on the lookout for a hammock set up that also performs as a useful ground shelter (and ideally a self supporting mosquito shelter in hotel rooms etc when in the tropics). I have used the Hennessy in these ways, but it's tended to be haphazard and a last resort solution at best. This looks like it would function much better as a ground shelter because of the included support hoops and flatter footprint.
The Lawson however, veers away from the usual open/airy fly design with a much more closed in tent like fly. Wondering how breathable this is in rainy weather - is condensation a major problem (and especially bad in ground shelter mode, when you don't even get the air gap at the rope ends) Bivvy bag/ hooped bivvy experience from long ago suggests this could be a bit of a sauna in humid conditions?