The Brooks Range Quick Tent is neither quick nor a tent. To erect the fly takes more time than is required by a normal tent, and a dozen plus pegs. The "tent" is floor less. The fly, as it really is, is quite low (unless you have the side straps at maximum length and therefore you lose width for height. There's barely enough room for one person, let alone the two spaces advertised. The bottom of the fly scrapes the ground, I use a tripod to get enough elevation so that the bottom of my sleeping bag doesn't touch the fabric. Condensation can be a problem. The only time I had the fly ( I refuse to call this a tent) up and it drizzled the interior was quickly sodden. Light dew pours through it. The position of the pole in the fly cramps all but the smallest occupant. The weight is accurate, it does weigh less than 500g with pegs, but at the cost of being practically useless. The fly does pack well away in a vent pocket, which is clever design. considering the extortionate cost and complete unsuitability for the basic task of providing shelter, this item cannot be recommended. I am sorry I bought it.