Courtney van Stolkwrote a review of Kelty Grand Mesa 2 Tent: 2-Person 3-Season on July 27, 2017
Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
I spent two nights in this tent with my twin sister, and she remarked that it was the closest thing to being back in the womb. So, definitely not a two person tent unless the two people are kids.
However, for this one 5'4 person, the Grand Mesa is a lightweight and sturdy home base. I spent 3 months living out of this tent while leading trips in California. It's a great little tent for a great little price! There's room for me to sit up and stretch a bit, it does a great job of keeping the rain out, and it's a breeze to pitch. I can set up my sleeping pad on one side and my duffel bag on the other and not feel cramped. The materials feel substantial and the bottom stands up to rough ground. My only complaint with the design is that it's hard to get the front vestibule taut enough that it doesn't flap. I haven't had a condensation problem with it, and it manages to both stay cool on hot days and keep the wind out on cold ones.
If you're a solo backpacker looking for a lightweight tent, it's a little bit on the heavy side to carry, but I don't suppose you can beat it for the price.