But after helping down Italy 30-17 at Netherdale in the Scots' second game of the Championship Bennett was hoping to taste more success.
He came within a late drop goal of earning a share of the spoils in France on Sunday, eventually losing 13-10, but Bennett believes there are lessons to be learned.
"The Six Nations was a good experience and great to get some games, even if there were a couple of games where we felt we maybe deserved better results," he said.
"The last game against France was frustrating, we missed a couple of chances and when you look back that was the difference.
"Fair play to them, they got a late drop goal, but it's one more defeat which we could have won."