Alpine Guywrote a review of Big Agnes Scout Plus UL Tent: 2-Person 3-Season on October 21, 2016
Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
I used this tent in Canyonlands. Beautiful weather- no rain- low humidity. I expect condensation from a single wall tent in wet and/or cold weather, but we had neither. I awoke in the night to water dripping on my face after the wife rolled over and touched the sidewall. I could not believe the amount of water in the tent. It was pooling on the edges of the tent and falling on us everytime we moved and touched the sidewalls. With the dry weather and mild temps, I did not expect too much condensation. I had the (very small) vestibule closed. I am sure the condensation wouldn't have been nearly as bad with the vestibule open, but then what's the point of having a vestibule?
Now the good: More room than expected for a 2 lb. tent. I am 6'0" and the wife is 5'6". Entry/exit was a bit of a pain, but it's a 2lb. tent. Everyone at camp commented what a cool tent it was and how sharp it looked once set up.
The bad: Massive condensation. Something like 18 tieouts to do to pitch it taught. There weren't enough stakes included in the bag (I set it up at home, so I brought extra stakes), plus the corner tiedown points didn't have string attached, so the stake was useless for securing the corners of the tent (I cut off some string from another tiedown point and cut it into four sections to attach the stakes to the corners). The floor is whisper thin. I worry about not using a footprint.
Bottom line: If not for the ridiculous condensation, this would be a fantastic tent. Did I mention it is 2lbs!! I returned it today to Big Agnes- hopefully they'll honor their warranty.