I will agree with Sumi. It is pitched too high. But, this doesn't effect the tension.
The first thing I notice is that the tarp is too small for the bug liner. You will get some spray into each open end. Keep this as close as possible to the net tent, even if you have to sag the net tent a bit.
Pull the guy lines against the opposite diagnal stake, not the pole or 45 degrees. The way you have it pitched, it needs more tension along the ridge line. And repositioning of the 4 stakes.
But, all in all, that isn't real bad.
Try this, take some heavy duty hair ties. Loop these at each corner. Tie your short, 3-4' guy lines to these (loop-to-loop) and pull these out. This will serve to keep tension on things in the wind and releive pressure from flapping.