I have had a SMD Trekker for about a year now and use it mostly in the Sierra of Northern California and occasionally along the coast at point Reyes National Seashore. Under some conditions I get condensation, but really not that much, at least compared to my Tarptent Moment, which was a condensation factory.
If you are camping in an area with only light sprinkles and no sustained rain for days at a time, don't worry about the condensation in the Trekker. Just keep the sides rolled up when you can, and pitch it with a 2-3 three inch gap along the bottom and you shouldn't have a major issue with condensation. If you do get some condensation, just wipe it off with a handkerchief.
For example, this summer I had my Trekker at Snag Lake in Lassen National Park. Sprinkles woke me up at 1 a.m., so I got up, rolled all the sides down, and fully zipped it up. It remained that way for 5 hours. When I woke up in the morning, there was no condensation at all.
Under some conditions you will get condensation no matter what tent you have, but I have to say that condensation is not a big issue with the Trekker.
Incidentally, I made a piece out of small pvc tubing for the top piece that the poles fit into and I think it works better than the one that came with it.