I bought this little guy for the light weight and versatility. So far we've spent two weeks together in canyons on Cedar Mesa, UT, and I've been blown away. I'm tall at 6'5", so when I buy a tent I expect to share it with nobody (unless in an emergency, romantic or otherwise) and sleep diagonally. This size is perfect, and the high-angled walls gave me plenty of sitting up clearance. The vent opposite the big open door is small but has an ingenious little support pole that prop it open nice and wide. I haven't had it any more wet than a few sprinkles in the desert so I can't comment on condensation issues yet.
The one con worth mentioning is the vestibule size. My big pack fit nicely but there's definitely not enough room or clearance for winter cooking. Also, depending on how you've got the vestibule rigged up, zipper access into the tent proper can be very acrobatic.
The tabs near the pole grommets are indeed annoying as one other reviewer pointed out, but I suppose they're necessary to add the paw print floor accessory. If I commit to never using it, I'll probably just whack off the extra tabs.
I love the compression sack to pack it down small and slip the poles in with my sleeping pad. The stakes are minimalist but stayed put nicely in hard desert sand. For summer desert use, get yourself a Nano. I think it may do nicely for light winter use. I'll keep you updated.