This tent is quite possibly the brightest yellow-green object I've ever seen. Easy to find in the dark I suppose, but mostly just cool.
Some reviewers have mentioned pole separation while setting up the tent. This can be avoided by threading a pole completely and seating it in the grommet buckle before moving on the the second pole. In this manner, and also by staking the tent down before threading the poles, I've had a quick and easy time setting up even in nasty wind. Also, you can pack the tent with rain fly attached for speed and immediate protection.
I'm happy with mine... It's acceptably light, very warm, easy to set up, and quite stable in windy conditions (maybe due to the low profile?). And the vestibules are large/ventilated enough for bad weather cooking.
I suppose the only thing I don't like is the packaged size. The tent itself packs down rather nicely but the included bag allows it to expand quite a bit and take up half your pack. If space is an issue, you might consider just using a couple compression straps to keep it compact.
Also, know that if you plan on really guying out for high winds, you will need to purchase two additional guy lines. Only four are included but six is the ticket. You will also stakes for these, as the included eight are required by the tent and vestibules.