I seem to set up all my tents for 4 season use, but then again I tend use a tarp and bug net 6 months out of the year. The system I've been working on is finding a tent or fly that can be fitted with an inner bug tent for summer and opened up for maximum ventilation when its muggy, and being able to create a tight floor less shelter set up with a wood stove and stove jack for the colder bug free seasons.
At this point I have a Kifaru para tarp, annex and Ti goat cylinder stove, that has worked will in the snow, and have just received a Bear Paw Minimalist 1 net bivy, that I am hoping will fit. Battened down for winter use this rig is a "cozy" fit for me and a red hot stove. If all go's well with the bug bivy, I think I will be able "fly " the tarp and have a little move living room for the summer.
The rough weights from the web:
Para tarp, annex, poles, stakes 2 lbs
Ti goat cylinder stove, all bits. 1 lb 10oz
Bear Paw Minamilist 1 bivy 8.5oz
This rig is comparability heavy, but If the tent poles are close to a pound and could be replaced with hiking poles.
I have a Walrus Trekker Tarp and insert that I am fitting a stove jack to. This rig is heavy, but will be excellent for canoe camping/outdoor living.
Just entering the mix is an Integral Designs George tarp that I will make a zip in fabric door that has a stove jack. I think this has the most potential as a do all shelter as it is light and roomy when closed up and can be used as a flat tarp.