CGarrett wrote a review of MSR Hubba Hubba 2-Person 3-Season on July 25, 2007
The durable yet lightweight material on the tent and fly make it excellent for backpacking. The tent poles are all attached making it very easy to set up-- I managed to put it together for the first time in the dark just by looking at the picture. The walls don't slope in so drastically like some other tents making it roomier. With two average sized people there is still plenty of room at your feet inside for two backpacks. For extra gear the two vestibules offer a considerable amount of space. The only downside I've encountered is that there is not enough coverage around the base of the tent on the door sides where the mesh meets the tarp floor. If a breeze hits the sides and it's dusty it can slip under the fly and come in through the mesh.