Hi Dan, I have both the X-Mid 1P and 2P, and think they are great tents. I used the 1P last summer over about 15 nights, from Havasupai to the Sierra, and just recently on the Teton Crest Trail. Earlier in July, I used the 2P on a three-night loop hike in Yosemite. After the recent experience with the two (Yosemite/Tetons), I was wondering: what about a 1.5P version, perhaps with an inner floor width of about 40"? After the 2P, which is very spacious, the 1P seemed a bit cramped. But the ability to pitch in a smaller space came in handy (the 2P would not have fit in the space in which I pitched the tent one evening, and I would have needed to search further for a campsite). I've seen requests for solid or partial solid inners, for single-wall DCF versions, and earlier for 2P versions - but not for a somewhat wider 1.5P version. Maybe just enough to squeeze in two narrow pads, an adult and a child, or a person and a dog, or in my case simply a bit more room for a solo hiker. Also, I'll add that the lower pockets next to the doors on the inner, locations of fly vents, and loops on the inner floor to secure to the trekking poles to keep the floor taut are nice improvements on the 2P design compared to the 1P.