So a few years ago I bought my wife a Kifaru 8 man tipi/tent with a medium stove. It was expensive! :eek1 I mean really expensive! But they're so friggin awesome! Floors are for houses. Floorless means you don't have to take your boots off before you come inside and you can have fire! We have had a real tipi for years, but this lightweight (7.5 lbs,) version and the medium stove were just about perfect for her and a couple horseback riding buddies on their weekend rides. But I had tent envy. I wanted a smaller one for just one or two people. But this time out I wanted to save a few bucks and make one. With some research I found that a Go-Lite SL4, (now discontinued) would make a perfect candidate for a simple structure. It's a 9'6" square pyramid floorless tent. About 5' tall in the center. Lots of space and packs very small and only 3.5 lbs. With some more digging around I found some stove jack material from another maker called TiGoat. They make stoves, bags and lots of other things and were willing to sell me some fireproof material for my stove jack. So, I got the material, found a deal on an SL4 and broke out the sewing machine... Next thing you know, I've sewn in a new stove jack to my otherwise normal tent. Of course at that point there was nothing to do but try it out so I broke out the new Kifaru small stove. It's tiny! (malt beverage included for scale and minutes later consumed for pleasure.) Packs down small and light and assembles in minutes. A quick and dirty 4 corner and post pitch and the stove is in place. Burns like a charm and all the fire stays in the stove ! This was a fun and easy project to do. Big props to Evan Hill of HillPeopleGear for helping me with some of the details.