At 6 ft you have a lot of options. I am 6 ft 5 and spend most of my time solo, so I do not like to carry a big mid. What I have found are several solutions that work well for me as I have progressed in my hiking.
Tarptent Moment is a fantastic shelter, that does use one proprietary pole but has a ton of room and is very comfy. The new version with the full dual wall design is supposed to be a nice upgrade from the 1.0 version that I used, but either way you can not go wrong with Henry Shires. Great stuff at a great price.
Zpacks Hexamid - at 6 ft you could easily fit in the solo, maybe the solo plus if you wanted the extra room for gear. I ended up going with a long and it is a palace! The enclosed tent system with the full net and cuben bathtub floor ground cloth are truly amazing if bugs or weather may be a concern. Über light, but rock solid in storm situations with the opportunity to us the ground sheet to cowboy camp if the opportunity arises.
Yama Mountain Gear Cirraform - the Single wall tent is also a really solid one piece shelter and offers a lot of usable space. I owned the shelter for a couple of months and felt it was just too similar to the Hexamid so I sold it. I missed it a ton, so I now own the cuben tarp w/o the enclosure and carry it with a Borah Gear cuben bivy. Allows the best of all worlds, unless you plan to spend a lot of time in your shelter, hiding from weather or bugs...
These are just my experiences, yours may vary. Either way, get out there and enjoy