Rating: 5 / 5
I have the Hut 1.
Recently had to pitch it on a flat exposed rock in 40+ MPH winds.
Used heavy rocks instead of stakes. Pitched it tight to the ground. No problems. Because of the tight pitch, it was much warmer inside than out and because of the wind, no condensation.
Condensation hasn't been an issue in wet environments when pitched with a gap on the bottom and/or the door partially open.
It is roomy for one in the worst conditions. Two people maybe if pitched high in good weather.
Everything about it is very durable and you pay the price in weight.
The material is a little heavier than standard silnyon, the stake loops are heavy straps and the zipper much heavier duty than what you find on most ultralight shelters. This means you can definitely rely on it in extreme conditions and abuse.
But it still isn't much heavier than a pound, so it can still be considered ultralight shelter.
If you want something like it, but much lighter, check out the Gossamer Gear SpinnShelter. Looks like similar design, but made with lighter components.