Kevinwrote a review of Big Agnes Seedhouse SL 3 Tent: 3-Person 3-Season on January 27, 2014
Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
I have taken this tent on a bunch of trips, most recently a 5 day hike on the Foothills trail in NC/SC. Weighs in around 3lbs 8 oz with titanium stakes and no stuff sack except for the poles. Easy to set up, easy to tear down. BIG. Its not tapered at one end so it really is nice. I use it with my wife and we have tons of extra room for gear, even in winter. The door is easy to get in and out and I'm 6'2" with plenty of room to sit up and move around even with the Mrs. inside. Ventilates well also, very little condensation even when it got down to 6 degrees on Round Mtn. Holds up well in moderate winds and I didn't even use the additional guy lines. Had it in plenty of hard rain with no leaks what so ever. One thing is I wish the rain fly when opened stayed out over the door of the tent body, could drip in the tent. It wasn't an issue if you didn't open the fly completely in the rain. Lots of room to boil water in the vestibule as well, its quite large. The tent is well ventilated so no worries about boiling water in the vestibule. The tent isn't showing any signs of wear yet, quite durable. I've camped on the snow with it as well and it worked perfectly here in Michigan. 4 season tent? No. Amazing tent for 3 season and moderate winters, all but the most extreme wind and snow.
The tent is amazing for two people. Light, functional and huge interior.