The 2009 revision of the Tarptent/Gossamer Gear Squall Classic. Perfect tent for me and my 80-lb. dog; room for a grandkid, too. The sides of the bathtub floor stand up nicely, and the new vestibule with central zipper is awesome! It's absurdly easy to get a taut pitch--no fussing needed!
This tent is a joint production of Tarptent (Henry Shires completely redesigned it for this year) and Gossamer Gear (new sewing contractors and new and improved spinnaker fabric). The reflective cord that GG uses can be seen at night by headlamp from across a big meadow--probably saved my life when I got confused after getting water in the dark!
I love this tent! It's not cheap, but, IMHO, well worth its price.
I will say that for two adult humans, it would be a little snug. Only one can sit up at a time. If you can work around that issue, it's lighter than other 2-person tents around. 25.5 oz. (after sealing seams and putting lots of non-skid sealant patches on floor) plus 1.6 oz. for 6 Ti hook stakes. I use those rather than the heavier Easton aluminum stakes that come with the tent.
Montrail Women's Hardrocks--I was able to get a 2007 model a year ago and used them for backpacking this past summer. They are wonderful--correct all my over-pronation problems and therefore far more supportive, as well as lighter, than boots. Unfortunately the 2009 version are about as supportive as a pair of bedroom slippers, so I, too, may be looking for different shoes next year. I wrote to Montrail and there may be some hope: They wrote back, "Next spring Montrail will introduce a new style called the AT Plus which will be similar to the older Hardrock style."
I will not elaborate (I've done so in other posts) on my unsuccessful attempts with the NeoAir and the Aquamira Frontier Pro water filter.