Im a big fan of MSR and have been since my early days spent in the backcountry. I based my recent purchase of the Dragontail tent on my previous purchases of the MSR brand. Im very happy with MSRs performance and quality. I have no plans on giving up on the MSR brand, but I will say I have a pinch of disappointment in the Dragontail tent, by its self. I set it up 4 times on two different backcountry accesses recently in the Grand Tetons and was awakened in the early morning three out of the four by the condensation on the interior walls of the tent as the early morning breeze rattled the Dragon in the north western part of Wyoming. Flow through vents wide open, If I might add. During the third set up I found a small crack in one of the tent poles, how and when it may of happened is totally beyond me. The poles that come with this tent were different from the poles on my other two MSR tents. They where lighter, (which I like) but much weaker (I dislike.) I had also noticed that these poles even held some memory, curvature after setting it up and tearing it down a few times. This tent has 8 points for guy lines, MSR supplied 2. I realize conditions and situations play a part but, this one seen the first season of my offerings and failed me.