Rating: 4 / 5
Not a bad tent. It is around 5.5 pounds with footprint and 10 stakes and guy lines so you are covered for high winds, which it stands up to very well. The vestibules are a little small for getting your pack inside of but ok for everything you need to really have at hand during the night and keep dry. Learning to pitch it so it doesn't get so much condensation inside is a long learning curve but the kickstand vent helps cut down on it and helps vent in warmer weather when raining. For the weight it could be a little wider. I love setting it up as a screen tent without the vestibule and although I have set it up as a tryout I have not stayed in it as a quick pitch setup. The footprint seems very small for two when doing this but is needed to hold the poles in place though. I have never had condensation drip onto my sleeping bag in this tent no matter how bad it has gotten. It always seems to drop off outside the floor area every time. All and all a pretty good tent. Maybe a 4.5 rating would describe it best.