Great for what it is!
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
For trips in the mountains where weight is the primary concern and I know that it isn't going to rain this tent is the bees knees.
Like most other reviews point out- you will get wet in a downpour. But for alpine use it is solid, handles wind pretty well, is light and packs well.
For any trip where I anticipate some rain, or having to spend a lot of time sitting in the tent waiting out bad weather I generally use the Ahwahnee.