Brian C.wrote a review of Kelty Noah's Tarp on September 21, 2012
Familiarity: I've used it several times
I have both the Noah 9 and Noah 12 versions and both are really nice. I prefer the Noah 12 because it has a few more tie-out points on it and allows you more pitching options. I left it up in my backyard through several days of light rain and some heavy downpours and never a leak, not even a drip. Combine it with some trekking poles and you can really get creative with how you set it up.