One issue that maybe wasn't mentioned, is the fact that when you stuff a wet single wall tent, it ends up getting everything else wet too, mainly the floor.
Its happened to me on numerous occasions, even when it didn't rain, but got wet enough from condensation.
Sure you can wait for it to dry, but under cool damp conditions it would take too long to dry, especially on trips, when you're on the move each day, and don't have time to wait for the shelter to dry.
This is why I'd rather use a tarp and bivy combo, or a Pyramid shelter, or a double wall, over a single wall, with a build-in floor. You can pack the rain-fly, separate from the tent body, just as you would pack your tarp, separate from your bivy. If you have any outer mesh pocket on your pack, you can then store the wet tarp or rain-fly here
I'm not knocking this type of shelter, just saying that they're not the perfect type of shelter for me anymore.