Reviewed by Stormin' Mormon from San Jose, CA on Wednesday, January 23, 2013
Works great for car camping and backpacking in Northern California climate (Tahoe in summer, Pinnacles in fall, Point Reyes in winter).
The actual tent walls are mesh, so your fly provides all privacy and protection from the elements. The fly can flap a lot in the wind, so set up with the foot upwind and make use of the multitude of stakes provided.
Only problem: I'm 6'2", 190 lb and it's a 2-man tent. With my 6'6", 200 lb buddy, our packs had to go outside in the vestibules and we were playing footsies at the tapered end...so really an ideal couple's tent.
Haven't tried it in rain yet, but seems reliable (disclaimer, I always use a ground tarp)
I really don't think I could ever use a tent w/o 2 doors and 2 vestibules now...so you probably shouldn't buy this, or you'll be spoiled like me.