First thing in choosing a tent (for me anyway) is to identify what's important to you in a tent: interior space? easy pitching? Easy ingress/egress? Weather shedding? Weight?
Once you decide what's important, and what you're willing to sacrifice, you can have a better idea where to look.
Personally, I love my Six Moon Lunar Solo, a pyramid type tent. It's good for what I need my tent to do, which is house my gear and provide a bug-free place to sleep It's reasonably light (29.5oz with stakes), great weather and bug protection, easy in/out, I can sit up with room to spare, and it has plenty of room for gear storage.
With no vertical walls, the interior volume isn't grand, but the floor is big so it doesn't feel like a coffin if confined inside during storms. It does take some practice to pitch, which can be rough in the dark/rain/wind. Once you learn, it can be done in about 2-3 minutes.
My main complaint is that it needs a rather large and level space to pitch, which isn't always convenient.
Edit to add: Single-wall tents can be susceptible to condensation but I haven't had this problem so far. It helps I live out west, and always pitch it with lots of space under the edges for ventilation. YMMV