While other tents were being blown away at this years Isle of Wight festival ours was holding its own. The built in groundsheet and inner tent was a godsend too, and there was none of the usual "sail effect" in the outer layer as we put it up in some high winds.
We suffered very, very strong winds, thick mud being sploshed up the sides, and about 12 hours of solid rain all in our first weekend use. The tent remained dry and inside throughout the weekend (bar the mud we walked in) and it being tall enough to stand up in (for me anyway) meant that while we were stuck inside it was very comfortable, even roomy!
I'd say the tent would be very snug for 4 people (as is the way with most tents, IMO) but for 2 of us it was luxury! It has a few nice little features particularly the ability to clip the edge of groundsheet, by the door, about 20cm off the ground preventing rain/mud etc from working it's way in at the exposed edge.