I bought a Family Camper 7 in 2015 and have used it in spring and fall New England weather of all kinds at least two dozen times since, and it has performed flawlessly when it counted most. The one-person setup is extremely convenient. The quality of workmanship and materials have withstood the tests of the worst of New England weather. Cold, windy, pouring rain in late autumn in the White Mountains, the Monadnock range of New Hampshire as well as Acadia National Park proved to me the worth of my purchase. Stayed completely dry, no water intrusions into the tent interior in the absolutely worst of conditions. The portico option has been a godsend in bad weather as a refuge, without having to tread across mud puddles to the campsite picnic table with a tarp over it. I recommend nothing other than Springbar tents. Forget about the knock-offs from that big camping/hunting/outdoors products catalog company (methinks you know which). I'm going to buy another one for my daughter and her young family. Heirloom quality tent. I was happy to spend the extra money for this superb quality and performance. I've 40 years' experience camping in bad New England weather and this tent is bullet proof against those assaults. Made in the USA.