The Bachelor Pad
I'v been using this tent for about a year now, in all sorts of conditions and I love it. Why? Because it's the bee's F-ing knees that's why. When it rained for 2 days on Vancouver island it kept me dryer than ... oh i don't know something really dry. When it super windy in South Dakota and felt like I was in a wind tunnel for 12 hours it held up just fine. It's light enough to carry backpacking and if you get a compression sack for the tent body, rain fly and footprint it packs fairly small. The tent is really easy to setup once you get the hang of it but I definitely recommend practicing in your backyard first. For sure buy the footprint too, for the extra $30 it will add a lot of life to you're tent and it allows you to set it up without the tent body which can be nice for summer time/ light weight backpacking. The tent has always felt comfortable with two people in it, and with two doors and two vestibules it is easy to get in and out of and offers plenty of space for gear. All in all this is an awesome tent.