This tent has served me well over the last 10 years. It still stacks up against much more modern and expensive lightweight tents in terms of weight, maybe not so much in terms of packed size.
The inner is always bone-dry and always seems to keep its shape regardless of the terrain you erect the tent on. I have been thankful on a number of occasions for the design allowing you to put it up in the worst of weather and still keep the inside away from the rain.
The porch is nice a spacious for a tunnel tent, but it sits low with very little headroom, so getting in and out isn't too easy, especially in the wet (you can put your boots on with just your feet sticking into the porch, but you'll have to open the outer door to get out before you can shut the inner).
The sleeping compartment is very snug with two people, but that's the only real trade-off here.
(Written by: magicguppy)