Easy to pitch, lots of room for gear
I did 300 miles on the AZT in late winter with this tent. 6'1" 180. Had a fair bit of rain, light snow (<1"), and twice set up in sustained wind 10-15mph, 25 gust.
I hate to point out any flaws because overall it's an excellent tent (I have two BAs, a NF, 2 REIs, and a Eureka). The only thing that approaches flaw is that the design is unforgiving with respect to condensation when less-than-perfect pitching. But many other tents are too, so this really can't be considered a flaw. It has two vestibules, and at no point did I need the space of the 'extra' vestibule. The inner tent (living space?) is a little narrow, but more room can be made by angling the poles. I need to say it again, an excellent tent
Would recommend to a friend.