Just received the Kilo yesterday and thought there was a mistake--the box it was delivered in seemed too light. Everything was in the box, but coming from the Quarter Dome T1 I was using, I was expecting something with a little more heft.
I use a cheap Target kitchen scale so my measurements are not exact (I round up to the nearest ounce), but basically all my numbers correspond with Randy's and I think the tent generally measures up to its name. Straight from the box, with paperwork and all extraneous stuff included, the whole package weighed about 40 oz. The poles by themselves (absent rubber bands and bag) weighed about 5 oz, with the bands and bag about 6 oz. The tent fly weighed in at about 12 oz and the tent itself weighed in at 17 oz. As for the stakes (there are 10), with bag, guy lines, and pole repair piece, they weighed in at 4 oz. By themselves, I got 3 oz. I also got 1 oz for the tent bag. So, depending on how things are shifted around, it's pretty easy for the package to weigh about a kilo.
One of the things that made me choose the Kilo over the Fly Creek UL 1, the other tent I was considering, is the fact that it uses more conventional tent materials. I figured I might be able to use this tent without the footprint, get more size, and save some weight. My initial impressions are that I made the right decision. As Randy indicated, the tent fabric feels more than sufficient; the tent may be over engineered for some of the folks here. Additionally, while light, the poles did not seem weak or overly fragile when I did an initial setup inside my house.
I'll post some picks tomorrow after I do a real setup outside. Either way, I can't wait for a free weekend to give this tent a go.