recently took this to north wales for 2 nights in 2 seperate spots. one night on a site, one wild.
quick to pitch and put away, although im glad i had a practice run at home.
once inside faily roomy for 1, wouldnt like to have to fit 2 in. at 5"8 i could sit up fine and stretch out when lying down. i kept my bag in the small awning part and kept a decent amount of gear inside the tent with me without losing too much space.
i did test a couple out in a shop before buying which i recommend doing. i was looking at this, a robens and a coleman (all 2 man backpackers). the robens looked like the first choice, until i got inside and couldnt sit up in it. too cramp inside. so that was a no-no. there was very little between the coleman and this, besides around 30 pounds. (i think the coleman was more waterproof, but didnt realise till after buying).
for the price i am more than happy with it.
some condensation inside the next morning, but that was on the outerlayer, the inner layer keeps you protected from it. it dealt with mild rain through the night fine. looking forward to testing it more.
one thing, the second night i used a single blow up matress. it fit in the tent fine, however it went from being roomy, to being cramped.
in summary. a quick to put up/down, roomy 1 man tent with a roll mat. a tight fitting 1 man tent with a airbed.