I just took delivery of a 2012 Lunar Solo. I set it up for the first time last night so I thought I would share some of the details.
I didn't get it right on my first pitch. The floating canopy has a trick to it, but once I learned its secrets, my second pitch was a winner.
Ron's setup instructions are correct, but the hang tag lacks one detail that is key to setting it up right. First, the Lunar Solo uses thin webbing for its guylines at 5 of its corners with small shoulder strap style slide buckles for length adjustment. The sixth corner is a cord line that comes down from the top of the pole and its length can be adjusted with a slide buckle that can be reached from under the canopy.
To get the setup right, you need to adjust the webbing lengths to close to their maximum. The lengths of these webbing stake out points will determine how close to the ground the canopy is. In really bad weather, I guess you could adjust them much shorter so the canopy is closer to the ground. If you adjust them to their longest lengths, the canopy will be about 6-8 inches off the ground so that your bathtub floor is fully formed inside the tent.
I am 6'1" tall, weigh in at a healthy 250lbs, I have monster 14 4E feet, I sleep on an Exped LW synmat (2.8" x 78" x 26") and I predominately sleep on my side. All that said, I think the inside of the tent will be big enough for me. It feels a little tight, but I had plenty of room over my head and at my feet so that I don't think I will be brushing up against the canopy all that much.
That said, it was just too hot yesterday to spend much time in the tent before I retreated indoors. Unfortunately, I doubt I have much chance to use this tent until fall, but if anybody has any questions that I could help with, let me know. I am probably going to set it up again tonight to play around with it a little more.