I just haven't been impressed with any of GoLite's shelters -- such as the Trig that's seemingly designed to collect as much rain into the tent as it possibly can -- if you should open up the vents -- even though you pretty much need to with a single wall tent made of non-breathable fabric! And it just seems idiotic (to me anyway) that users should be expected to crawl out of their bag and get out of their tent to open/close/adjust the vents.
For those who want a floor or bug protection, Henry Shires or SMD tarptents will beat the socks off any of Golite's multi-part contraptions in terms of weight, and especially in terms of ease of use.
Now, looking at 2008, I am still underwhelmed. Does Golite design tents in a vacuum? Take a look at their Xanadu 1. It's a single wall tent (with the limitations inherent in single wall tents) -- and yet, it is almost a pound heavier than a "mainstream" two-person, double wall tent such as the Big Agnes Seedhouse 2 SL!
Then, there is the floorless Utopia 1. Not sure why any UL hiker sacrificing floor and bug protection will then go out of his way to acquire a 2 lbs. shelter? Looked another way, if one is going to haul 2 pounds worth of shelter, then one may as well get a tarptent???