I own five tents in different sizes and for three and four seasons and this is my best three season tent. Realtively light weight, well ventilated, versatile and SPACIOUS. More than enough headroom for everybody to sit upright and play cards, read a book or just enjoy a cup of coffee when it rains outside. Fits three adults and it still feels like there is room for one more (it just feels like that - four was too much). The walls are almost vertical and everybody inside can enjoy the extra headspace.
The floor is raised on two sides and the rainfly is shortened equally. This gives superb ventilation and virtually no condensation inside the rainfly. On the other hand the raised fly limits the tents use in the winter as snow will blow up under it and give you an igloo feeling as snow fastens to the mesh (some might find that cozy?).
Plenty of pockets for storing stuff and with the additional gear loft you will realize that you need more gear as you have more storage space than gear.
The whole thing comes in a roll-up storage bag that holds everything, also the pegs - no chance you will forget the poles (I once did that with another tent)
With the footprint attached the rainfly can be pitched separately.
If I should wish for something extra it would be a garage option like on the asashi - but I guess leaving that out is all part of some cunning strategy to make me buy the asashi too (I am really, really thinking about it).