I had an older Lunar Solo e before the height increase and even the older model was very spacious. The only "mod" I did was add a small elastic cord to the cord securing the main pole for a little bit of "give" if hit with intermittent high winds to minimize shuddering, wind noise, and the min stake pulling out (keep an elastic cord for all brands of tarp and tarp tent structures nowadays, so not that unique). Like all single walls, there can be condensation if there's no breeze but that was minor. Though I had a lot of room, I ended up selling it (used) since I often camp on uneven surfaces and with that large footprint (it is spacious) some lines would be at one angle, some would almost level, etc.. Maybe with the new height, that could have been mitigated to some extent. With my "luck" in campsite selection I'll be going with a tarp and hanging net tent eventually (maybe a Notch) but YMMV.
Add : as to packing, the netting and tarp were sewn together on the old model, … so a bit of hassle to dry it on the move … but not that much.