This tent has a nice amount of space for the weight. I like the front entrance. It lets me lay out my inflated sleeping pad without having to bend it to get through a side door, and just before I go into my tent for the night, I can add a puff or two of breath without having to fight to get me or the mattress into place to top it off. With the vestibule open, I can look up and see the stars at night. I know that many don’t like a vestibule that lets you look straight up, because that also allows rain to come in when you’re entering your tent during rain... but I live in the west and it doesn’t rain very much. I very much enjoy looking up at the Milky Way most nights, and I manage to get in and out without much rain getting in. It’s dry when it rains. It has withstood a few hail storms. I added bungee cord to the pull outs, so I wouldn’t have to fuss with tightening the tent when the silnylon is wet, and that has been the final step in making this tent perfect for me. The ventilation is good, too, so I rarely have condensation.