Summary: We have owned this tent for about 7 years, and have camped in it for about 60 nights. We sleep 4, with luggage. It has been remarkably weather-worthy, having been through many rainy days. The first night we slept in it as family there was a monster thunderstorm, yet were dry. Just last week we slept in the tent while about 2-1/2 inches of rain fell overnight. After setting it up once it is quite easy. Two people can put it up in less than 10 minutes.
Summary: The Headquarters is my favorite summer car camping tent. (I have owned and camped in over 20 different tents) My companion and I have taken it on about a dozen trips over the past two years. The tent is easy for two people to set after one practice session. In fact, we can now set it up in less than five minutes without saying a word, even in the dark. It is tall enough for a 6-foot, 3-inch man to stand up and very spatious.
Summary: I purchased this tent after reading many reviews. I have a lot of camping experience, but my family has increased in size so my goal was a roomy car camping tent for four. After a 5 day camping trip, I can highly recommend this tent. We did not have any rain so I can't comment on how water-proof it is, but the floor is like a bath tub and the middle seams are taped, so it seems adequate at least visually.
Summary: After an exensive review of family tents, I chose the Eureka Luxury Tent from Amazon.com. I purchased the tent several weeks ago. Recently, I used the tent and can now write a review. The tent is well made with aluminum poles. It is easy to set up. It says it sleeps six, but I would say it would sleep a maximum of five more comfortably (we had four). It is well ventilated, with several doors and windows. It's an excellent tent, and well constructed.