Um, bud, that tent is almost identical to my Eureka 1 man tent I bought in 2005. I can tell you both the pluses and minuses. Plus 1) It is freestanding, which means it can be set up on a rock, ice or soft ground. 2) It is tall which means one can sit up and change clothes. 3) It is strong enough stand up to a light snow. 4) Quick easy, self-explanatory setup. Minus 1) I don't speak for the Lynx people, but my Eureka isn't exactly waterproof in a heavy downpour. 2) Heavier than my hammock system and some other one-man tents.