Put this tent to the test for the first time this past weekend, casual two nighter, and was super pleased with the over all design, architecture and material usage.
Set up was straight forward, the seams of the fly follow the tent pole structure. The single pole with hub configuration was a little tricky getting fitted to the small metal grommets at each corner, but held very well. A couple of internal Velcro straps kept everything aligned. The guy points on the ten body and at each corner utilize a thin, reflective cording to cut weight yet hold firm on some super nice MSR Needle Stakes. Footprint is sold separately and it all packs up nicely and easily into a burrito roll with compression straps - clutch.
Internal height at the head worked for two tall-ish people sitting up, length was more than generous for additional gear. Width at the head is achieved with a cross pole, and the reviewer below is correct, rear corners need to be staked down or tied out, but a triangle construction provides a bit of extra internal space when you do so, about 4 inches of height at the base. Two standard pads fit well. The double D doors are convenient, dual vestibules also convenient and roomy enough for shoes, pack, even a quick morning jetboil. There's a single pocket inside and a few tabs for hanging items, honestly in a UL tent this is what I would expect for organization. The bathtub base only reaffirms MSR's attention to detail and experience building tents.
One additional highlight, there was little to no condensation transfer to the mesh first thing that first morning, temps dipped into the high 30s. This likely due to adequate space between the mesh body and fly - nothing worse than cold water droplets when waking up. The mesh and zipper quality is definitely superior to most tents on the market, worked with one hand, with ease.
Single complain, I would love two internal body and fly connection points on the rear of the tent to open up the interior just slightly. Time to really test it in the elements.