My wife and I just tried it out for some camping including a November climb of Mt. Whitney. Lightweight and easy to set up, but also strong through a howling gale on Whitney. It's rather cozy for 2 people but does work if you like each other. Vestibule is small but enough room to cook in during a storm. No condensation problems noted.
I was looking for a warm, waterproof boot for Kili and I chose the Vasque. Not sure I would take it to Rainier, but it has been seriously good on hikes and snowshoeing around Taos. Can't wait to try it out in Africa.
After 3 uses one glove came apart at the palm seam -- duct tape now fills the gap. On serious hiking in wind the outer glove has performed well, but overall I don't see why these gloves are so seriously hyped and so extravagantly priced.