Summary: I am a big fan of Hilleberg. This is not my first Hilleberg tent. However, it is the first one I have ordered from an independent retailer and not directly from Hilleberg. I got a little discount but now I know why. The Hilleberg site says you should expect some variation in color shades.
Summary: Just took this tent out this past weekend for the first time and it is AWESOME. I was a little worried I would feel cramped but it was very roomy (I am 6ft, 1in 210lbs my mom says I am just big boned). The ventilation options are numerous and the vestibule very big.
Summary: Bought this to pair with my hilleberg akto. Fits perfectly and can be used along with rainfly for fastpacking (a versatile feature of the hilliberg tents). It packs down fairly small and definitely increases the life of the tent bottom. I would absolutely recommend this to a friend.
Summary: The akto is by far the best choice for lightweight 4 season adventures and can handle pretty much anything you throw at it. This tent is made from extremely durable "kerlon 1200" which has a tear strength of 26.5lbs.
Summary: Bought the tent in 2011, in red (more sexy, easier to find). Quality workmanship. Despite its size it is roomy inside, and I (189 cm) can sit up inside the tent. There is also a good space for the bags in the vestibule. The tent is very stable, and cabn handle any weather.
Summary: Bought this tent for a high country elk hunt in colorado. At 10,700ft is sept, it had terrible condensation, sleeping bag foot end would get wet, inner tent has massive droop. Nothing worse than trying to wriggle out of a tiny tent in the morning.
Summary: Great light weight tent bright interior. Outside colors are much darker than the online pictures I got the green which is really a dark forest green. Setup was easy from the first time I would suggest bringing a mallet or hatchet to make driving the stakes in easier in harder ground.