User Review: Marmot Twilight 2P
Price Paid: $180
My friend and I lived in this tent for 6 weeks while we hiked around New Zealand in the spring. We did several multi day hikes, the weight wasn't an issue as we took turns carrying the fly/ground sheet or the stakes and poles but I don't think I would want to carry the whole thing on my own (plus gear) for any multi day hikes.
There's plenty of room inside for 2 averaged sized folks, I'm 6 ft but never felt claustrophobic, we stored our backpacks in the vestibule which gave us more space.
We saw some very heavy rain, wind and a bit of snow, the tent never once leaked, a caterpillar ate a hole in the mesh but with ductape it was fine, the air vets are a great feature, condensation was never a problem.
The only drawback to this is it's almost impossible to fully zip the vestibule once your in the tent because of the length of fabric and angle to the ground. This is a huge issue when trying to keep sandflies (like blackflies on amphetamine) out of the tent. We eventually rigged up a system with a spare shoelace, a hiking pole and a headlamp 'lure' but you cannot get in and out fast enough and there's not quite enough room to sit in the vestibule without the inner part of the tent being open.