Summary: Have only used it once thus far, but I was able to get it set up without any difficulty once I figured out the instructions. It was a breeze to disassemble also. Look forward to my next camping trip! Really like the big windows that allow a lot of air circulation.
Summary: Finally a tent that is quick to put up and bring down. It's pretty roomy and although I probably would not want to actually put 8 people in there, you could squeeze them in. But in reality this would be great for a family of 4 and all their junk - let's just be honest!
Summary: My husband and I love this tent! It takes (realistically) about 5 minutes to set up or take down - without wind a single person could do this on his or her own. (With wind, I suggest getting better stakes.) We didn't choose to buy the rain fly, but this tent stood up to rain storms pretty well.
Summary: Absolutely love this tent! I have had many tents in my life and this was the best yet. We took it out of the bag, looked over the legs to see which ones extend, which don't. My husband grabbed an opposite corner from me, extended out the legs and up it went...
Summary: I got this for Bonnaroo, so I haven't camped in it yet. I'll update after the festival to reflect camping in it. I chose this tent because it said it could be set up in 1 minute. It is not too far off. I have set it up twice. The first time, my husband and I did it together.
Summary: first time camping! we went to the KOA poconos. It snowed, and rained on us so we had to buy a heater. The tent perspires. at first i thought it was rain coming in but it wasnt. It holds well it was very windy, and the snow wasnt bad but the rain was and not one leak. We DID NOT HAVE THE RAINFLY!
Summary: I bought this tent 1/24/14. I used it the 1st weekend and was very happy. The next month I used it and a corner roof pole button broke causing difficulty taking it down. It was windy (as usual for Texas) and I had problems getting it set up.