Arriving at the campground in darkness after a traffic jam, I was forced to set up the tent for the first time with my wife and a flashlight. (by the way, this was the green river 4, not 6). I have been camping and setting up all kinds of tents for 40 years, and this was a royal pain. The instructions were vague with bad exhibits, and would be brutal to set up alone. The vestibule pole and overall unwieldiness of the fiberglass poles in general is my main gripe.... The tent was nice and roomy once set up...easy to get in and out of. the vestibule covers that go over the mesh windows flap in the wind and don't draw tight, also the vestibule door is tough to zip down all the way without feeling you are going to rip the fly material. But my main reason for sending the tent back...is the fiberglass poles come apart while you are pulling them out of the sleeves..especially the vestibule sleeve, where bunching up made me insane and took 20 minutes to do something that should take 30 seconds. My bad for cheaping out on fiberglass poles, but Kelty should do better than this.