I agree, the GG is really only a 2-season tent. The problem is that GG advertises it as a 3-season tent and even touts it's capabilities in snow and storms, which is definitely misleading at best. Mind you I was very excited when I received this tent in the mail and I really wanted to love it, but alas, if just doesn't live up to it's hype. I'm sure others may have one and love it, but my experience with it in inclement weather has proven that it is an inferior piece of gear that is also dangerous if you rely on it to hold up in a prolonged storm, you could end up with hypothermia. I wouldn't want someone else to go through what I went through with TheOne.
Similarly, I know there are a lot of GG fans on this site that rave about theri gear, which is why I felt confident ordering from them in the first place, but I can't believe how they've ducked my e-mails and phone calls.
Shame, shame GG!