Well, if you're really set on the freestanding thing the Moment may not be for you. You see, it isn't freestanding- it requires two tie out points, one at each end. That said, I agree that you shouldn't be too obsessive about wanting a freestanding tent, both in general but also in particular regarding the Moment. You can ALWAYS find two spots to tie off to somewhere. I mean- finding any two points isn't like trying to find four points in the perfect geometry like you'd have to do for a mid- any two points will do. If you can't drive two stakes you can find two bushes clinging to the granite to tie to, or two big rocks, or make two snow anchors or whatever. Heck, half the time I didn't even take stakes, just two lines long enough to give me some options in tying off. I've pitched it in my living room using the couch and our breakfast table as tie off points. (And my wife complained about the smell of the seam-sealant for days...)
I eventually sold my Moment because I've sort of decided that I'm a mid guy, and I sort of grew out of needing a floor. (In my opinion- this week at least- a floorless mid or TrailStar plus a bivy if needed (bugs) is the Perfect Shelter Solution.) But I really can't say enough good things about the design of the Moment, if it is otherwise what you are looking for- a well made, stout, floored, bugproof 1P shelter. It is wicked fast to pitch. I did get massive condensation in it- once- but let's just say that at the time I was challenging it with the worst possible conditions. It hailed, it snowed, it rained, slush everywhere, high humidity with temperatures flirting with freezing, I laughed, I cried, etc. ANY shelter would have struggled. Other than that one time it never let me down re: reasonable condensation.
You'll have to ask others about whether it is fit for a sasquatch, though- I'm only 5'10" on a good day...