ADV Tent was just delivered by DHL , will give it a shakedown sometime this week and offer thoughts, then a more substantial review after my trip :) Ran by the house, came back to work and set it up in our EOC just to get a feel for it in the 30 minutes I had. Materials: Tent Good feel for materials, seem well constructed, seams are even and stress points appear to be well stitched with no defects noted in my admittedly cursory lookover. Fly is a nice design well fitted with more than a couple options for rigging. (I ordered mine as "no map" so cant comment on that) Poles are unique and fit well together and intuitively, one minor gripe (I gotta find something to pick) bungee tension is a little light but none of the poles separate once fitted together. This is just a personal preference as I like pole section to almost self assemble Storage bag is well built and slightly oversized with poles, LOTS of room without (more on that later) daisy chain and compression straps are well stitched . Roll top works well and latch is positive. Printing on bag (emergency) is clear. Pole/stake bag is very well designed with padded ends and fits poles and stakes easily. Were I to add anything it would be tieoff loops or a daisy chain on this bag, as i carry poles separated from my tent to keep my overall bike height at the rear seat as low as possible. Groundsheet is also well built and SOS printing clear Ease of use: Setup is just as easy as they show on the video. Staking in windy environments (or using your bike as a wind break ) would be advised on at lease two points just to hold it steady. I had no wind indoors, but the flexibility of the poles leads me to believe this. The poles will self center as you fit them to the tent body. If you can put together a dome tent, you wont find any surprises here on assembly. Takedown: If you separate the pole kit from the bag you can easily fold the tent with the mesh portion inward and protected and "stuff" the tent into the storage bag. While the mesh looks pretty strong I still only wanted to apply gentle pressure to the tent. I see this as a good pack up option in inclement weather so you arent rolling around with a tent on the ground, ie: pull the fly, pull the poles and pull the stakes while stuffing the tent. The fly fits the same way. With poles removed it is easy to compress the tent, fly, groundcloth, pocket, and misc in the bag into "about" the size of a packed "jungle bag" sleeping bag for those of you that are familiar with them. Or around 1/2 the volume of the provided bag if you compress the air out tightly. Overall a very well made product. I will have to get more time to look at interior and do some size/ pack testing. Pics to come.