Here in Vermont in March, there's still 24" of snow and it's 20 degrees out, so I just set up my new Midori in the living room. :-) It's exactly what I wanted: Relatively light-weight at least compared to my old tent. It might be a little hefty for a long backpacking trip. The bright green is awesome, and I like the bright green ropes and the white reflective tape on the black rope loops. It's supposed to fit 3, but that would be a tight fit since I think it will be just right for two adults and two backpacks. The gear loft is nifty, but I probably will not use it when my 6'1" husband camps with me because it makes the roof a little too low. With the rain fly on, there's no way to see out the sides of the tent at all, but that's a trade-off for the full-coverage rain fly. I wish there was a way to roll up the rain fly so there's a partial-coverage option rather than all-or-nothing, but it isn't a big enough deal to dislike it. The velcro on the two "dog bones" that hold up the rain fly vent isn't as sticky as it probably should be. With my other tents, the tent itself is the hefty part and the rain fly is lighter - with the Midori, it's the opposite. In the photos, and on the Eureka YouTube videos, it is not clear that there ARE two doors in the rain fly (front and rear). The fly's rear door does not have the handy little pole that the front one has. Note to self: Take the tent down in exactly the same order as erecting it.