At 3 1/2 lbs, lightweight if not ultralight. The tent comes with a foot print, but you'll only need it for the fast pitch option. The heavier denier allows you to set up anywhere without a footprint.
The door is on the left, so a left zip sleeping bag is a plus. The vestibule is big enough for a pack and a good amount of gear. The vent is above your head while sleeping, so it's easy enough to open or close without fully leaving the tent. I make sure to guy out the back of the tent in hot, wet or humid weather.
I carry the parts separately: the fly and body in a compression sack, the stakes and poles in the Marmot provided sacks. Switched out the stakes for MSR groundhogs for guylines and vestibule, and mini-groundhogs for the tent body. I made lightweight guy lines out of 1.8 mm paracord which saves space and weight. The tent comes with 4 guy lines, you'll need 5.
The only complaint: why no guy line tabs on tent fly ends? I haven't had any moisture build up and seep into the tent from the end walls, but it is the only place it could happen. To prevent this: guy out the tent fly's back wall, tighten the fly buckles, and open the top vent.
There is a plastic J clip on tent's ceiling that you can hang a lantern from. There is a lampshade pocket that fits a headlamp and provides ambient light.
I would recommend for any solo backpacker. It's my third one person tent, and the best designed and lightest I have used.