Very good point about wind. I'm glad I had my Staika when the wind was blowing 50+MPH on the beach along the Sea of Cortez coast in Baja 2 years ago. Yet, my Unna has performed surprisingly well in 40MPH winds with all the guy lines staked out. The noise is insufferable, but, your shleter will remain standing while others fail. I have the mesh inners for my Hilles. A must have IMO. When it is 80F or hotter at night, and rain is in the forecast, a 4 season is going to be uncomfortable no matter how you rig it. A 3 season, Yellow Label tent is a tent built to Hille's lighter weight specifications. I find my Red Label Unna slightly more comfortable (or not quite as miserable) when hot, humid and rainy compared to my Black Label Staika; even when both are set up with the mesh inner tent. If rain is not in the forecast and you can camp without the outer tent rigged, then it is a wash since you are simply sleeping in a mesh tent. The material used in the outer tent lends mostly to the color classification and the severity of climate the tent can withstand while still serving as a survival shelter. Most all Hille's are designed to withstand pretty significant winds that would/will destroy most other tents. Unless you plan to camp in deep snow drifts and really cold temps in the 4th season, I would opt for a Red or Yellow Label Hille. Again, note there is not a Black Label 1 person Hille. Good article here about tents written by Jonathan Hanson of Overland Expo.