I borrowed this from a friend unfortunately, as an addition to our tent space for a week. If it works for you, great.
However I have three gripes.
It came down in what were admittedly windy conditions, however these blew up in the night. We had no idea it would be that windy as we went to bed........the only way to avoid this is to take the awning off the poles every night or whenever you leave the shelter for a long time. Our bell tent felt the wind but didn't budge.
Once it comes down, the parts are not particularly strong so we suffered damage in four separate places, two bent poles (in different sections), one split foot, a guy fope attachment ripped away from the sheet and a rip in the sheet.
Coleman not only have no interest in supplying spares but have the nerve to suggest you buy a second event shelter to replace parts with. Obviously some people have followed this advice as there are sets of poles on a well-known auction site. However the poles for the side, middle and roof sections have different lengths and curvatures meaning they cannot be interchanged. A company called LSR will offer replacements, and several others but they seem to work on the same principle, buy complete shelters and split them up, which makes it quite dear (52 quid plus postage in my case).
Be aware of the replacement problem before you buy.
(I am not generally a moaner!)