Reviewed by Michael from Virginia on Friday, March 29, 2013
Pros: Super easy setup, lightweight (although a bit heavier than true back country), rain fly can be used alone, excellent coverage and floor design keeps water out.
Cons: More a 1.5 person, probably too open for late Fall comfort.
Set up first time in 5 minutes, take-down just as fast. Good total weight including rain fly, footprint, stakes, poles. Great structural integrity. Massive doors on two sides, with fly adding about a 10 sq. ft. vestibule at each. Exceptional water protection and ventilation. Open design could be too much when temp. drops much below freezing, but have not tested that. Good space at end of bedding for a medium backpack. Floor space is narrow - two standard inflatable T-Rest pads completely filled floor width, so for two bodies, works best head-to-toe for some more shoulder room. Integrated small stow sacks on opposite ends suggest that was planned.