Thanks Franco, your little history lesson made me laugh.
@Greg , I thought if I made the wings opposite each other it would provide more shade during the day ie.. When the sun is rising or setting the shade will be different, also if the wind was coming from one direction I could just close up that end and leave the other side open, this set up is mainly for fair weather. The wings were made mainly to put my pack there and keep it in the shade during the day, or if I was laying down I could scoot my pad down to one end or the other, sticking out a little in the shade of the wing to get a breeze and still be in the shade. Who knows I might make the next one with the wings on both sides.
@ Mark I agree I did want to make it bigger, but was trying to keep from making a sewn ridge line, trying to keep it as simple as possible, whats that saying "KISS", keep it simple stupid, thats me. I would still like to put the door/wings to the inside in storm mode, I do believe it would give better storm protection, just need to do some more sketching on paper first before I ruin more Silnylon. LOL, I new I should have taken up a class in engineering, darn!
@ James, I agree I think it's going to take a few more attemps before I am totally happy with it, and work out all the kinks.
Thanks guys for all the info and comments.