Dave its been a month and I only set it up once so the specifics are overwhelmed by the memory of a bad experience, but I'll try :
1. I recall the poles not being interchangeable, i.e. certain poles had to go in certain places. they apparently were color coded but barely distinguishable from one another. I did not know this when I began assembly and put them in the wrong places till the store employee helped me out - if you need to read a manual before setting up a tent its too complicated (try this at night).
2. the way the poles went in to the tent base was cool but something that could easily break. some sort of a plastic clip in, can't remember the exact design.
3. the way the fly clipped in to the base of the tent, again an unnecessary innovation, kinda cool but complex and breakable. I worried I might step on them and break them in the dark.
4. Zip in vestibule - this seems really cool at home, interchangeability to fit your needs in the field - until that super long zipper goes tragically wrong in the field, at exactly the wrong time.
I went in to the store Wanting to like this tent, it just didn't happen.
A gadget type person might like this tent.
someone going fast and light, wanting a minimum of problems and hassles, I don't think so.