Shoot. I love them all. I'll sell the Lunar Solo E for sure.
I'd sell the Sublite Sil, but I trimmed out that useless inner porch flap to save half an ounce. Nobody will want damaged goods, even though you can't use the inner flat to make the "drip-free" entrance without leaving the mesh door open.
The One is just a tad to hard to get a good pitch with and the Sublite is only 3 oz heavier, so The One will probably go, too. Too bad the Sublite doesn't have a decent vestibule like The One. Sigh.
I love the Moment, Contrail, and Gatewood too much to part with them. They all have their specific uses.
I've talked myself out of using the Gatewood/ Serenity combo for my AT trip -- too small and hard to set up under adverse circumstances. I really intend to use the Gatewood only during the bug-free months.
The Sublite is small and it lacks a vestibule -- great for a night or two out, but too constricting for 10 days.
I'm leaning toward the Contrail or the Moment for the AT trip, but 24 or 28 oz sounds like so much more than the 18 oz of The One, especially when i just successfully eliminated a (gasp) full ounce by replacing by sleeping-bag stuff sack with a Reynolds oven bag. :-)
The One is actually a good compromise. Perhaps I'll practice with it and see if I can get a better, faster pitch. Nah. Too many stakeout point, despite the roomy vestibule and light weight.
I love my comfort, though, and the Moment, especially, and the Contrail, as well, are really roomy and exquisitely easy to set up.
Shoot. Your advice has been very good, folks. I appreciate it. Perhaps I'm overthinking here.
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