My girlfriend and I are quite small people, I'm 5'6", 155lbs, and she's a petite 5'5” And the Fly Creek UL2 was way too small for us. I could barely roll/turn to my side without risking giving her a shiner with my elbows/shoulder, etc. The only way to sit up is to be right dead center of the tent, which isn't possible with another person inside. Also, the tent walls will be right against your bag/quilt and cause all kinds of condensation issues.
This is with all side guyouts deployed to maximize space.
We ended up getting the TarpTent Double Rainbow instead. Haven't used it out in the wilderness yet, but pitched and slept in it (sleeping pads and quilts/bags... The whole shebang) in our new, empty apartment while moving over the weekend and it was quite spacious and comfortable (we used trekking poles to pitch in freestanding mode).
It's well within your price range ( 275, 330 with optional liner and seam sealing. A little extra for carbon pole that saves 2oz), extremely easy setup, enough room for two to sit up at the same time, two doors/vestibules, and all made in the USA, and only 2# 10oz fully packed (including 6 - 6" Easton aluminum stakes, stuff sacks, etc).
Note: trekking poles used are only 135 cm. Need 140cm for full, tight pitch.