Glad it stood up, but isn't stormworthiness usually a function of wind more than precipitation? I was under the impression that wind was much more often the culprit of shelter failure, and it looks from the angle of that hail that it was pretty much windless.
I understand waterproofness is measured by pressure, and that rain pressure is increased when windblown, but I'm not clear on how the two relate in real world conditions.
Can somebody set me straight here, or point me to the earlier thread I feel almost certain exists?
Regardless, I appreciate the video. I love every piece of zPacks gear I have and it's always good to see it put to the test.