Thought I'd just add a mini review too. I've had mine for a couple of years, but despite numerous trips, I've encountered precious little bad weather. 6 days in Frenchman's Cap? Sunny and calm. 7 days cycling across the Snowy's? Boiling hot and calm. I've been a couple of decent downpours, but only a little wind. One night in Hobart we expected the worst (the previous day, SEVEN tents in the caravan park had been destroyed), but barely got a decent breeze.
Anyway, that said, I do like it a lot. It's definitely a couples tent, though. The 7 days cycling was with a friend and I found it a bit too close for comfort. We ended up top-and-tailing most nights, which was fine except you need very flat ground. It definitely handles the heat well, though.
My only complaint, which I haven't seen anyone mention, is that the little clips to hold the doors open don't work very well. They're too low down, so most of the door fabric isn't held by them, and comes free.
Also a warning to be careful with the interior ends of the poles, as warned by Mont. Once while setting it up, I didn't have the pole fully threaded into the connecting piece, and it cracked when bent into shape. It wasn't a huge drama (gaffer tape held it together for a couple of days), but a minor nuisance.
Also, I didn't seem to have any problems pitching it fly-first without a ground sheet. Glad I didn't know that this was meant to be impossible
Just...do it. Fly onto poles, poles onto inner, clip the inner, then peg.