I use this tent when my boys and I go trail riding. It is lightweight and it breaks down small, so its easy to tie back in the cantle bag.
The tent goes up easily and has an extended roofline over the main vestibule. The poles almost assemble by themselves with the bungee inside. After putting it up the first time in the house, I was a little concerned about the tent not meeting the spec listed by the Big Agnes. However, the first time we staked it out it measured up to where it should be 90" x 60". Even at 6'0" and 250lb and my son at 5'11" and 190lb there was plenty of room for both of us.
We have used this tent in severe thunderstorms, hailstorms and driving winds. We have never gotten wet. One night the wind blew so hard the rainfly was pushed into the tent and actually woke me when that side of the tent was hitting my head with the high gust of winds averaging about 35 - 40mph.
Having a bad knee, the Parkview II with the 48in roof height is the easiest two-man backpacking tent for me to get into. Most of the others I looked at ranged from 40 to 42 inches. That extra 6in inches really helps a lot when getting in and out and when holed up inside for a day during downpours. Extra features we liked are the pockets on the side walls for holding items such as your headlights or keys.
I liked it so well I bought another one for when my other son goes with us.