To answer your question... I would say this is not the tent for you. While this tent is waterproof in rain, it doesn't breathe well at all. You will find that there is a good amount of condensation on the inside of your tent in the morning. There are vents to help deal with condensation, but you will still find the walls damp in the morning and some dew on your bags. In fact, I took this tent on a camping trip a few weekends ago and the vents weren't setup properly so that they slipped out and closed in the night. Lots of moisture in the morning! My friends thought it rained inside the tent but I told them it was their fault for not securing the vents in the right way.
This tent is for cold weather and will really shine when put to the test in temperatures below freezing. It will also do really well in winds around 60 mph. While other tents make a lot of noise even when guyed down, this tent's walls are more dense and resist the flapping noise so common with lighter weight fabrics. Strong enough to be buried in 2 feet of snow as well... It was made for extreme, and that's where it will be most appreciated.
My suggestion to you is to find a double walled tent with a mesh ceiling and a durable rain fly. The Trango by MH is this type of tent while still being mountain worthy as an example.