Hey guys, I a friend of mine (doesn't subscribe here) just got one from Ron and likes it, he said I can post his review from our email here.
I slept in the Lunar Solo the night before last. I took to a nearby conservation area to try it out - could have done the same thing at home, but I wanted to get out and about with it. It was easy set up, and I had more than adequate room in it - it is very roomy; but then, I am only 5' 9". I use a Neo Air XTherm, which is 2 and 1/2 inches thick, so I, too, am using a thick pad and that does impact the room factor. I did touch the top a couple of times as I sat up, but that doesn't bother me; it is an ultralight tent, and one pole support, so it stands to reason that it may happen as you slide around in the tent, which I did - I toss and turn a lot in the night. I don't think I would have "hit the roof" had I slept soundly, and not tossed and turned as I normally do.
The sides of the bathtub floor really do "rise" and provide good protection while also allowing good ventilation. It was mildly windy while I was there, which was good - I wanted to test it in a wind. I didn't feel much wind inside but didn't notice any condensation, either. To me, it is an excellent tent, and I like it a lot.
I would suggest, in my very limited experience, that users do not attach the ground sheet to the trekking pole (or make sure that it does not "stretch" the ground sheet - it makes the sides collapse). I just left it alone and the sides "rose" and there was no collapse of the netting on the entry/exit side, also.