Rob Strattonwrote a review of Marmot Twilight Tent with Footprint and Gear Loft: 2-Person 3-Season on July 30, 2011
I just purchased this tent (first tent bought in about 10 years) after seeing it on sale on Backcountry. I set it up at my house once when it first arrived, and it's very easy to do so based on the colored poles. You can't mess it up.
2 days later I took it car camping at the lake, and we got torrential rains for two nights in a row. The rain fly kept me 100% dry, and the footprint worked perfectly. Tons of mud and soot run-off from the rains, and I was totally clean and dry inside. The vestibules seem decently big (although I don't have much to compare to.) The only negative that came to mind was the inside space. I'm about 5'10" 160lbs or so, and it would be pretty cozy with two people the same size in there at one time. Based on the previous reviews, I thought it would be a little bigger inside, but for my intended uses, it'll be just fine.
The orange color looks really cool in person, and it was nice being able to open the rain fly at the top to get some additional ventilation when I wanted. If you find it on sale, definitely worth picking up if you're looking for a simple, lightweight, quality tent.