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The Trailstar can either be a one or two person piece of gear. With stuff sack and lines, mine weighs in at 19.4 ounces. While heavier than a SpinnTwinn or Grace tarp, I love this Trailstar because of it's versatility.
I have used it solo with a bivy if I think the bugs will be bad or if it will be cool. If no bugs, I usually just pitch it, throw down my pad, and watch the world go by. If my wife comes with me, I have used the innernet. It is very roomy for one as you can spread out all of your gear right next to you. For two, there is still plenty of room for both and gear, but you can't just strew about all of your gear like I am want to do on a solo trip.
The Trailstar is absolutely bomb proof in tough driving rain. For those who have questions about the Trailstar, I highly recommend reading Colin Ibbotson's review here: http://www.andyhowell.info/Colin-Ibbotson/Trailstar-review.html You can see by the photos, Colin pitches his a little closer to the ground than I do, but in his defense, my weather has almost always been better.
I have four pieces of gear from Ron Bell and MLD. All are very well thought out and well put together. This one is no exception.