Ok, I cut my guylines really long, four at 5 feet, and two at 8 feet. I can trim them back as needed after playing around with the tarp in various pitch configurations. I attached the 5-foot lines to four of the corners, and the 8-foot lines at side with the MLD logo, and the corner opposite that side. The 8-foot lines were attached to the points which are the common two points that are normally the 'door' to the Trailstar. I used up most of the line with these long line cuts, so thinking about possibly using the Kelty Triptease for the remaining 4 sides.
I set my hiking pole to its longest length, and with the pole jack attached, the total height was bout 6' 2". By the time I had cut the guylines and attached them to the tarp, it was dark outside, but no big deal to setup the Trailstar in a high pitch. I set up one of the corners as the door. Boy is it roomy under that tarp! I get a 360 degree view, and I can stand totally upright in the center. The tarp was sagging a little at the the back end opposite the door, and don't know if that was because of the high pitch or because this was my 1st attempt. Anyway, I plan to take some photos (in the daylight), and I'll post them to BPL.