Thanks for the comments. For materials I used 1.1 silnylon from thru-hiker.com for both the top (gray) and bottom (black). I used nanoseeum also from Thru-Hiker for the netting. There is netting on the back and the door. There is also a strip on netting several inches wide that runs along the side connecting the floor to the sides.
As far as the design goes it was my own design, but inspired mostly by Vick Hines book "How to Make Your own Lightweight Camping & Hiking Gear". My goal was to design the smallest tent possibe. I downsized to the following.
front = 48" wide and 36" tall
rear = 24" wide and 18" tall
length = 6' 10"
I did study a lot of sites to help with the dimensions. MLD, Six Moons, and tarptent. I also gained insight from Jay Hamm's series on how to use 5 yards of spinnaker.
Lucas, I did not use Questoutfitter, I'm guessing many of these dimensions/designs are similar. Yes, I'm bitten by the bug...in the picture looking inside is my MYOG quilt, MYOG pot/stove, a MYOG Jardine Pack, and I'm wearing a thru-hiker MYOG Kinsman Pullover. It was fun making and just as rewarding using them.