Summary: Although taller on the inside then I expected, the tent was difficult to get in and out of with the fly/vestibule on. The door to the tent is quite large, but the door into the vestibule is tiny and we have to squat down to get in and out of it.
Summary: The tent itself went up pretty easy, until we went to stake it down. The number of stakes in box was short by two and unless going into strictly soil they bend rather easy. So buying better stakes is a must either way.
Summary: Pro's: - great in the rain - I can stand up in it - fits queen size mattress and could probably fit 2 of them -vestibule great for keeping gear out of the rain -nice top air vent -easy to put up and take down -great for spring and fall weather Con's - very stuffy in hot weather!
Summary: Have been camping for 20+ years. Perhaps I was spoiled with previous version of tents. Its important to have a tent be easy to setup and take down. Also to keep the weather out. This is none of the above. Bought this tent thinking it was like a previous version called the Deluxe Outdoorsman.
Summary: I have a Hooligan 2, a Hooligan 3 and now a Hooligan 4. My only regret is that they don't make a Hooligan 5. I love that there is a large vestibule on all these tents and that the bathtub bottom does not leak, ever!!!