I like the netting in the nets you posted:These are the nets that nearly everyone who has a ute has for covering their load in Australia; not only does the load need tying down, it often needs covering to prevent things falling out.
We use one to snig down the camper trailer top (saves a load on fuel!) but it also doubles up for the back of the utes so that stuff (firewood for example) doesn't escape.
Gladiator was an exhibitor at SEMA and I talked to them a while this morning at the show. I was impressed - their products are very high quality. They're not inexpensive, a 4.75' x 6' net with mesh is about $150. This image is from their web site, it shows how they put grommets at each intersection and it shows the mesh to keep small things in place.Another alternative that seems to be readily available in North America - Gladiator Cargo Nets (formerly Gorilla Cargo Net).
I have been using the smallest size they have in the back of my JKUR and have nothing but good things to say about it.
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