Well, sorry, but I've got to back David up. Your post made you sound dismissive and arrogant, Jesse, without really backing up what you said in any meaningful way. (Your brother anecdote notwithstanding.)
But, frankly, I've got to admire the chutzpah of the 0.45 BPL-rated guy who accuses the 3.19 BPL-rated guy of being a troll... :o)
Especially when you use the standard trolling tactic of saying something vaguely inflammatory, then telling those who call you on it that they should lighten up. Come on, brother, we are all on to that stuff. It doesn't play well.
That said, though I understood what David meant, he was a bit terse, too. I can see how one might think he was being dismissive and arrogant as well- but still not as blatantly as Jesse was.
Back on topic-
I don't recall Brian stating his height (unless I missed it), so perhaps he is 5'8" and the Serenity would be perfect for him.
Plus, the Serenity is 84 inches long, isn't it? Even allowing half a foot at either end for the slope of the netting a 6'1" person should fit. If Ron wants to contradict me, well, he IS Ron, after all...
I'm 5'9.5" (5'10" if measured early on a good day), so I hope David is wrong, because I wanted to try the Serenity some day, primarily for anti-bug use in appropriate environments.
But the TT Moment DOES look neat, doesn't it? I don't know why more American manufacturers don't change to pole sleeves instead of those annoying clips. It makes setup a snap. And the Moment only needs 2 stakes, which I usually carry for my titanium Caldera Cone, anyway. Score!