I'm back >>2204174
. The picture in the OP doesn't really show much: what this is is a hammock shaped in such a way that with two spreader bars it forms a flat rectangular shape at its bottom where the inflatable pad goes. The pad is included and there's also a bugnet, which seals you completely inside the hammock, and a rainfly, which can be either tied to the corners of the hammock itself or staked on the ground. All in all it's easy and quick to setup even for me with no prior hammock experience, less so to take down as it's a tight squeeze to fit everything back in its case and I was concerned I would accidentally rip the bugnet if it caught on something. It could just as easily be set up on the group provided the ridgeline is kept in tension, but it definitely feels hammock first tent second.
Its main selling point is that you lay flat in it, even while hanging, and you really do. It's very comfy so props for that. Beware though: I have the normal version (they sell an XL too) and it is small, especially widthwise; I'm neither tall nor bulky and yet, while I had room at the top and bottom, if I laid with my arms alongside the body the hands would press against the walls.
Would recommend/10. Pic is the setup without rainfly.