I used this tent last summer when walking the Pennine Way with my girlfriend. It is perfect for two people backpacking, extremely lightweight and packs down to a very compact unit and kept us dry and warm in some very testing conditions. The second night out we pitched in a field which after a night of torrential rain had become a bog by morning: the bath-style groundsheet kept all the water out and we were very comfortable.
I can only make a couple of complaints. One is that there is no storage to speak of, we managed to stow our gear in the narrow edge space, but only just and that can be a bit of a problem in bad weather because there isn't enough room inside to stow two backpacks, boots and everything else. Second, the tent isn't high enough to sit up in, so it really is a 'go to sleep' proposition. Basically it's fine, but you can only do horizontal activities in it...
It's very easy to put up, I managed to get the tent pegged out after a lock-in all-nighter at a fabulous pub in Hardraw and I actually lost count of how much Old Peculier I'd consumed. It normally takes five minutes (when sober) to put up. Very sturdy too and the low profile is helpful when the wind is fierce.
All in all a very good compromise between weight and functionality. I'd recommend it, but do bear in mind, it's not luxurious accommodation: it's a lightweight backpacking tent that will keep you warm and dry even in pretty bad conditions.