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4 seasons ... hum ...
MSR Hubba Hubba, very similar, is 3 seasons, this tent seems too much ventiled to be 4 seasons.
Besides, Hubba Hubba, has a better design, with two doors and absides, but slightly heavier.
As there is not a significant difference in the price, I prefer my Hubba Hubba.
I've used the Zerogram And MSR tents before. The Zerogram tent is far more stable in high winds. The Hubba Hubba focuses on features and comfort over function - protection from the elements. Both are very nice tents, no doubt, but they are not aiming for the same user.
As for being too ventilated, it's true that the Zerogram has mesh interior, which is why some might take issue with it being called a 4-season tent and that's a valid question. However, in terms of wind, the top vent can be opened or closed, and the side vents can be guyed to reduce airflow to the interior.
I'm not trying to convince you one tent or the other is better, but rather highlight a few of the subtle differences.
OK, thanks for your answer :)