Took this tent up to the Porcupine Mts in the UP (Michigan, Superior Shore) Oct 7-9th. Weather for this time of year was unusually great so we didn't get to put the tent through its paces yet, but setup was easy and quick even in the dark. (We set the tent up once at home which I would suggest doing.) Tent has a lot of vestibule space which was great for changing in/out of shoes with no mess in the tent. I brought extra tie-downs and stakes with for the bottom center loops. Didn't need them, but added them just in case of extreme winds. Wind was high coming off the lake but the tent held on nicely. Alps seems to keep a similar design but different name for each year's model. A little puzzled by this, but may be useful if down the road you need replacement parts or are looking for other reviews.
Great tent, very flat roof which may not be suited for snow conditions.