My wife and I are happy enough with our Tarptent Squall 2, but if doing it again I'd be looking at the lightheart duo. The Squall 2 meets your height requirement, but the height is at the tent entrance, so you have to sort of scoot your butt up to the door to sit upright if you're tall, and my wife would prefer to have individual side entrances as the lightheart duo has. And of course, the latter is a double-walled tent.
Weights are quite similar; the Squall 2 is 34 oz, and the Lightheart duo listed at 2 pounds even (both not counting stakes or groundcloth and not seam sealed). The lightheart duo might or might not be tall enough for you. I just got my hybrid cuben Lightheart solo in the mail and set it up yesterday and it's plenty tall enough for me. I'm 5'10" but am long in the torso, so I tend to look taller in comparison to average when I'm sitting.
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