We bought the Classic Jack a little more than one year ago. At the time it was the only large, stove-compatible Springbar. The quality of materials is excellent. After set up and take down 7-8 times and 6 multi night stays, the zippers still function perfectly. Ventilation in warm weather is great. No problems in the rain at all. No problems in the snow one time. For being a large tent it handles the wind extremely well. In colder weather we heat with the Winnerwell Nomad stove. This has proven reliable, and after some practice, my wife and I can get the tent and stove system up in 30-40 minutes. Working together on just the tent, we can set up in 10-15 minutes. Not bad for a 10x14 footprint with plenty of headroom! With a basic plastic tarp underneath the tent, we have no holes in the floor yet, despite dragging cots and chairs and the furnace around. We have camped with our two little girls, large cots, and the furnace set up with plenty of room for extra stuff. The tent has served as a comfortable base camp for cold weather hunting and stays cool for summer camping as well.
We bought one hanging organizer, which compliments the organizers already in the tent. I’d suggest getting one, it’s helpful to have a place for your small objects at eye level. We also bought the portico awning panels, which provide good shade and a good area to keep equipment out of the tent but also out of the rain. These zip easily into the awning, but do create a problem with the awning allowing rain to drain properly. The water can pool and then soak through. This is the only hangup I have with the design of the tent and the panels. Overall, this is an easily 5/5 product. One thing to consider: if you are a family or group of 2-4, this tent is too large to keep warm with just body heat. You might consider sizing down if you don’t want to run a stove.