Thank you for the interest in the Cape. I've decided that it would be a big mistake to let this piece of gear go, so its going to stay in my pack. It wasn't my intention to post and then take it off the market, but I realized that great gear is worth keeping. That sounds stupid, but I guess I got caught in a weak moment of gear vs. extra cash, and that is definitely not a good reason to sell stuff that should be kept.
So a bit of a plug for Ron Moak, he designs some quality gear, and the Gatewood Cape is a good example of the quality design and function for lightweight backpacking. I'm 6'2" and had my doubts about the amount of space I'd have in using it as a shelter, but due to the possibilities in setup, I've found myself to be quite delighted in the ample amount of space in the shelter.
My opinion, if you are thinking about getting the Gatewood Cape, get it! Its well worth it, but be advised, give yourself some time to learn how to best setup the shelter, your efforts will quickly pay off and I think you'll be pleased with the outcome. Give the Gatewood Cape a try and I think you'll be really pleased with this well thought out, well designed shelter/rain gear.
My sincerest apologies to those who were interested for removing the Cape from the market. Cheers!