A tent that can take some wind...
is always welcomed by a mountaintop hiker. I recently purchased the Yellowstone 2 and have to say that so far I am very pleased with the end product. The first night I set it up (which, by the way, is a piece of cake) was upon a rocky ridge at Red River Gorge, KY. There was a good breeze up there, a constant 20+ mph, and I awoke around 5am to probably 40 mph gusts. The tent shook a little, but that was it.
It packs up fairly small, looks cool and is the perfect size and weight for 1 person. It could fit a couple comfortably, and you might, depending on if your a bear or a twig, be able to keep your packs inside.