mike nye wrote a review of Easton Mountain Products Rimrock 1 Tent: 1-Person 3-Season on October 8, 2013
Familiarity: I've used it several times
Been using this tent for a while this summer. It's been through some pretty good wind-blown rain and come out totally dry inside. Fully guyed out, it's tight as a drum and rock solid in the wind. I've slept in it in temps down to 40 degrees with the fly fully sealed up and have had no condensation issues. This is so much better than even the best bivy in terms of condensation.
I'm 5'11 185 lbs and I find I can can get a 55L pack in the tent with me easily (under my knees), as well as plenty of room for extra clothes, book, light, wool hat etc in the wider end by my head (the top is wider). The only time I've had to use the vestibule was on a longer trip I took with a bigger pack. My Exped 'large/ long' mat fits with room to spare at the top and snug at the bottom.
Personally, I love the bright yellow color. Makes finding your camp much easier.
The only concern I have is that the walls of the tent do not come up at a 45 degree angle from the floor. Its more like the floor sort of bends upwards to become the wall. This cuts down on usable floor space unless you want to put a lot of stress on the seams. If your tent site is less than level at either end, the problem is magnified, and I worry that the uneven pressure at the corners when you lay on it and push the floor down/ out by the poles will eventually tear or weaken the bathtub floor. Still, it has not failed yet, so perhaps its OK.
All in all, a great choice, and at the price a bargain for the weight.