The problem is that most cutting edge tent designers don't make double walled tents. Silnylon has been used for tents for several years now, but most standard tent makers don't use it. In fact, silnylon is now such a standard, that a lot of the cutting edge tent makers have moved on to other materials (Cuben, Spinnaker, etc.).
The exception, of course, is BS. If I remember right, the first BPL review of one of the BS tents said something like "nice to see a standard double walled tent built with modern materials". There is nothing radical, or revolutionary (or even clever) about the design of BS tents. For overall design, it looks a lot like a standard REI tent (it does have that nice corner feature). Both the cutting edge tent makers and many of the standard tent makers have more creative designs (check out tarptent.com, http://www.sixmoondesigns.com/ or http://www.msrgear.com/tents/hubbahubba.asp for example).
The BS double walled design has its advantages and disadvantages. It is free-standing, but you have to carry all the poles. Most of the cutting edge, ultralight tents are designed so that you can use your hiking poles to support the tent. This makes the tent stronger while lowering your pack weight.
So, while BS does provide a nice free standing double walled tent (made with modern materials) it does not incorporate a very advanced design (in my opinion). It would be nice if a maker sold something like Scott's great tent: http://tinyurl.com/5ast55. It could even be modified to have two poles on the outside with some sort of hub system. I think there would be a solid market for that sort of product.
I should mention that some ultralight shelter systems incorporate a tent bivy plus a tarp. Such systems are very light and do provide the main advantage of a double walled tent (rain protection without having to worry about ventilation to reduce condensation). I hesitate to call them tents, however, because they are not one unit and provide a lot less room in the bug shelter (one advantage of double walled tent is that you can avoid the bugs on a hot day by taking off the top and just hang out in the tent).