DaddyNeedsPow wrote a review of Kelty Eden 4 Tent 4-Person 3-Season on September 20, 2011
I'm overall very happy after the first few nights out. Bought to function as a backpacker's first car camping tent, its biggest pluses are the ease of setup and the roomy and airy interior. The poles appear to be super burly, and the color coded sleeves and clips seem completely self-explanatory even though I did read through the instructions first.
A couple of minor things prevent it from receiving a 5-star review. The fly, while it covers the mesh roof thoroughly, leaves the doors uncovered. Therefore, rain protection is left to the interior zipped nylon door panels. I suspect that a windy storm would easily drive some rain in through the zippers. Additionally, I found the fly somewhat tedious to attach. Kelty advises to attach the small pockets on the roof poles first, which definitely isn't the way to go unless you have a partner helping. Clipping the corners first and leaving plenty of slack will allow much easier attachment to the roof poles. Then tighten it up.
The other minor problem: the stakes are TERRIBLE flimsy pieces of crap. Since this is a car camping tent, toss them and go buy some heavy duty Coleman junk at your local discount store and save yourself the indignity of bending half the stakes while driving them into the ground.