I have a great tent with an awesome sized vestibule but I want to see what you guys are using anyway. I was looking at some of the tents below. I was bored I made a quick chart to see all the specs at once to compare. Here's my tent, a Walrus Velodome. This is a great tent. about 40sq internally and the same for the vestibule. Long at nearly 8ft and plenty wide at 5ft, most tents this size list it at a 3 person, Walrus listed it as a two, wisely and its a very roomy two at that. On more than one occasion this past summer I was caught in the rain, having a vestibule this size allowed me to throw two Kermits in there along with a small table to cook, make coffee, drink, play poker. It really is a life saver. Packed size 6x17" Weight 7lbs Dimensions 7'10"x5' (96"x60") Vestibule 40sq ft. Its just a bit bigger than the tent, and a little taller. I'll double check but I think it's a bit deeper also. Possibly 8'x6' MSR also makes a Velo tent but it's only 4'4 wide and not as long as the Walrus Velo. It's 8" narrower and 10" shorter, the vestibule is also oddly shaped, it's also heavier, but GSBS will be right here in a few to let you know how great it is. (It is a great tent, I bought one recently and used it a few times but sold it when I found the Walrus) Ok here are the tents I find to be suitable if and when my Walrus ever quits or if I want another style. In no particular order. Big Agnes Emerald Mountain SL3 w\ optional vestibule. Packed size 6x18 Weight 5lbs 14oz Dimensions 90"x70" 44" height Vestibule is 68x90x41" Coleman Phad 3 Packed size 7x17" Weight 8lbs 10oz Dimensions 82x72x41" Vestibule ~6ftx4ft (here's a little review) Coleman Celsius Duo 3 Packed size 9x23" (not bad considering it's size) Weight about 20lbs! Dimensions 85x70x55" Vestibule 61" height (basically a second room) Pros - It's not really a vestibule, it's a second room. Cons - Not available in the US (and this is a coleman!) - It's 20 freaking lbs!!! Hillelberg Nallo GT Packed size ??? Weight 6lbs Dimensions 64x87" or 38[FONT="]² ft Vestibule 64x71" or 30[/FONT][FONT="]² ft Pro's - Vestibule can be opened two ways (check it out) Cons - Must be staked (like all hoop tents) - it's $615! + shipping! [/FONT] MSR Velo Packed Size 6x20" Weight 9.4lbs Dimensions 7x4'4"x42" or 33 sq ft. Vestibule same size as the tent, 33sq ft Cons - $449 Mt Sun Touring Co. Outpost 3 Packed size 6x28" Weight 9lbs Dimensions 7x7x4'4" Vestibule 4x7'4" Cons - 28" packed length - Fiberglass poles Vaude Monolith Packed Size ??? Weight 9lbs Dimensions 63x103x48" or 38sq ft (nice!) Vestibule, same size as the tent only con is it's no longer made so check eBay. But then again Walrus was also bought out by MSR and you can no longer find the Velodrome either. Kifaru used to make an ultralight backpack sized 4 man tipi tent complete with stove\heater, I'll have to dig up the specs on that. Only con to those tents is the lack of a floor, but you can't have a floor when there is a wood burning stove\heater in the middle of your tent. Since it won numerous awards they will make one if you order it, but they aren't stocked. Packed Size ??? Weight 3lbs 7oz (add 4lbs 6oz for the stove) Dimensions ??? Pros - It has a stove so you can cook inside and since it doubles as a stove you actually have to take your jackets off even in freezing temperaturs. It becomes a sauna! Cons - It's $800 - Having a heater means the inside temps will be about 40 degrees warmer, so condensation will be a major problem. Here's a review There are a few otherss whose specs I don't have at the moment. Jack Wolfskin Lighthouse 2 Vaude Hogan Terra Nova makes one or two also If anyone has any other interesting tent recommendations based on these requirements I'd love to hear 'em. Or based on the above info\specs which would you pick and why?