Whew---mighty close to the edge of that cliff. Very nice cot tent and photo, though. For those who would like something similar but lighter and cheaper (the Jet Tent Bunker is 40 lbs), I have a suggestion: place a small tent on top of a cot. I would choose the Camptime Roll-a-Cot (10 lbs) and something like the Alps Mountaineering Zephyr 2 (5 lbs). I tried that once and it worked pretty well even though I had to make do with the materials at hand in the field. The head and foot of the tent need to be supported somehow (used my hiking poles). The sides of the tent do sag down off the cot, but that didn't do any harm.Jet Tent Bunker with a pad. Best night sleep camping ever. Many times I do t use the fly.
You don't mention yer age, but at 63, I like sleeping in a BED !! So I built my TearDrop around a full size 60x80x8" deep mattress. Plus 2 winter expedition and 1 three seaon sleeping bags. With a cross breeze thru the open doors it is more comfortable than any bed in the house. I just pick how many layers I want.Being a big man 6ft and 20st it’s not an easy obstacle to overcome.
I’ve got the thermarest mats and they seem ok but still lack comfort.