Don't go by polls to determine the best tent for you. Nothing against the BA Copper Spur...I own one and use it at least once a year, but...
When looking for a new tent, here's a list of what I look for first:
1) How large a tent do I need? 1person, 2person...? Will I need to have my gear inside the tent with me or can it stay in a vestibule?
2) Do I need a freestanding tent? Will I or might I be in areas where I might not be able to put a stake into the ground?
3) What season(s) will this tent be used for?
4) Will I be camped in windy areas or on ridge-tops where the wind may be blowing hard?
5) Can I use my trekking poles to set up the tent to save weight?
6) Do I need a tent with a floor or will a tarp or tarp-like, floorless tent be OK?
7) Are bugs a problem where I'm going? How much bug netting do I need? How much ventilation will I need?
8) Fabrics make a difference. Do I need something as lightweight (and expensive - see #9) as Cuben Fiber? Yes, Silicone treated nylon fabrics are almost always lighter weight than the standard ripstop nylon used in most tents, but can I be gentle enough with it if it's one of the lighter weight (20d-30d) nylons used or will the added durability of ripstop nylon be worth carrying an extra 6-12 ounces?
9) How much am I willing to spend?
These are most of the questions I think about when choosing a tent. I generally use a 1man tent these days. I used to carry a two man tent just to have the extra room inside the tent, but am now unwilling to carry the extra weight. The only time I'll carry a two man tent any more is when I need a freestanding tent for just myself in which case I carry that Copper Spur UL2 mentioned above (it can in no way be considered a 2man tent, but rather a slightly, yes only slightly, roomy 1man tent) or if two of us are really going to sleep inside the tent I carry my SixMoonDesigns Lunar Duo Outfitter (which weighs within a couple ounces of the Copper Spur, but has more than twice the livable room in it).
For my non-freestanding 1man tent (which is 90% of the time) I carry my SixMoonDesigns Skyscape Trekker which comes in at well under 2lb WITH TENT STAKES AND GROUND CLOTH! Once I'm in camp, the water filter comes out of the pack, the cook kit comes out of the pack, the food comes out of the pack (and gets hung), the tent comes out of the pack and gets set up, the sleeping bag and pad go into the tent along with my bag-o-clothes and the pack's empty. The now empty pack then goes either under the foot of my bag or under the head of my bag, wherever it's needed to level me out and I have more than enough room inside to sit up and move around if needs be as well as the area in the triangle of the floor above my head for my hat which holds the contents of my pockets and camera. Shoes and water bottle go in the vestibule overnight and I'm set.