I got a version of this tent in 2004. Seven years, several storms, insane winds, and heavy snowfalls later, this tent is still going pretty strong. My poles are slightly bent from holding a foot of snow for a day before we got back to camp, but its all good (we also realized this was partially due to us forgetting to Velcro the poles to the fly)! Because of the pole design, this tent is not ideal for high speed wind abuse or snow as it has received from its time with me, but I cannot tell you how happy I have been with it. The zippers all work fine, nothing has broken, and there are no tears. My friend's Kelty tent has gone through about 3 years less of the exact same trips and abuse. The zipper on the only door broke, and he is tentless.
My lessons learned: 1. Remember the guide lines during storms, it needs the extra support to keep from turning into a taco. 2. Always buy a tent with two doors.