The materials used for the tent are well made. The fabric used for the tent and the rainfly are pretty substantial and have held up great to all types of weather I've been in (have yet to use it in snow). No leaks or drips inside even in heavy rain. Given the design and shape it isn't ideal for strong wind, especially sitting exposed on top of a truck, but it had no issues standing up to it. Lot's of flapping and buffeting from the fabric, no matter how much you try to tighten the cinch straps down. Taking the rods out and securing the window flaps closed helps considerably in adverse conditions and I like that there are 4 tie down points for each...still some flapping. The foam mat is the most comfortable thing I've ever slept on camping, and since it folds up with the tent it makes it extremely convenient. *Condensation accumulates under the mat regardless of the weather conditions so I would recommend the anti condensation mat that Tepui makes specifically for each tent model. There is ample room for two people and some extra gear with plenty of headroom to sit up in. 4 pockets inside and some metal D rings positioned throughout to hang lights/gear come in handy.