The Nemo Losi is a two-person tent that actually seems like it was designed for two people, unlike many other 2P tents that I've been in. Two people can comfortably sleep without rolling on top of each other and even have room for a small pack or two inside the tent. Then the vestibules provide plenty of space for a larger pack outside. And the eyebrow poles keep the tent walls quite vertical, so it's really comfortable to sit up inside the tent. The setup is a bit non-intuitive at first (I had to closely consult the directions the first time I set it up), but after a few practice runs in my living room, I was throwing it together no problem. I've set it up at night with a failing headlamp and didn't have a problem (again, this was after having done it a few times before). I haven't put it through many storms, but the couple of rainy nights that I have encountered were no problem at all. I've only taken it car camping for rock climbing trips, so I can't attest to its use in backpacking, but it has worked perfectly for my purposes so far.
A great sport harness, the R320 is the epitome of minimalist. It's so light and comfortable, I'll forget to take it off in the gym when I boulder for a bit after doing some roped climbing. I have really loaded the harness up, but with a dozen quickdraws on the gear loops, the weight was distributed very comfortably. At first, the leg loops made my legs go a bit numb while I was setting up a route going up an overhanging roof (hanging in the harness for quite a while). But since then, it seems to have broken in or adjusted a bit and I have never had the trouble since (and I've hung in it quite a bit more). Definitely worth the money for me for sport climbing.