User Review: Eureka! Apex 2XT
Ease of Setup: 5 minutes, in the dark
Price Paid: $120
So i bought this tent for cycle touring last summer (09). Had it out for a two week ride around Wisconsin. Held up great, but the floors a little thin, so get the foot print.
It was big enough for two people, and the gear we had to keep dry. Got nailed with a thunderstorm the third night, and was very happy it pitches quickly. We were also assaulted by numerous ground squirrels, and it held up well to their constant investigation.
One thing i will say, I'm 5'11", 170 pounds, and I was pushing it for room in the tent. v\Vestibules are large enough for 2 panniers and a Trunk, as well as a hiking backpack (riding partner made a bad decision there).
Cost, dual doors (key) and dual, big vestibules
Well a couple more guy lines could be provided, as the corners of the fly tend to touch the bottom of the tent.