"I bought this tent from REI on closeout for about $140, incl. shipping. When I put it on my scales, I was appalled that the actual weight was 6 pounds, 3 ounces instead of the "about 5 pounds" listed in the ad. Rats. Except for the floor and the fly, this tent is almost completely mesh so I can't figure out where the weight is adding up.
Setup is a breeze and takes about 4 leisurely minutes. Two long shock-corded poles and 12 clips. The fly attaches to the corners with buckles and then guys out. The vestibule has room for boots and a few stuff bags but you cannot even think about cooking in it.
There are two large interior pockets and two tiny ones near the door, just the right size for flashlights. There is no accessory loop so you can't hang a lantern. The construction is too tight to attach a clip without damaging the mesh. (I've sewn in a small loop during a repair.)
Plenty of room for one but two people would be crowded and there would be almost no room for personal items.
The tent construction is excellent but the mesh fabric is fragile. Once a tear gets started it can grow quickly so have a repair kit with you.
This tent is not worth the list price, in my opinion. Consider it only on deep discount. It is too heavy for going solo."