Disclaimer for Mike: I am not a TarpTent employee, I do not receive any revenue from TarpTent, Henry Shires, Franco Darioli or for that matter, any other outdoor product manufacture I happen to mention (or not mention) in this post.
OK, as to the original poster's question: I have only owned one of the tents mentioned, the Notch. I also have both mesh and partial mesh inners. It is my first TarpTent and I have found it to be perfect for my solo needs. I love the dual doors, large testibules and, of course, the light weight. I now actually prefer it to my hammock (Hennessey Explorer Ultralight with 2QZQ zipper mod) for most trips.
When I first received it, I tried using my Black Diamond Ultra Distance poles, but there just wan't enough pole adjustability to get the right pitch. I have since switched to Black Diamond Distance FL poles and found that, although heavier, I can always get a perfect pitch and easily make adjustments as needed.
So, not to take anything away from the other tents mentioned in this thread that I have no experience with, I can recommend the Notch as a solo tent because when I ask myself it I would buy another Notch if mine got stolen or destroyed, the answer would be: Yes, without hesitation.