User Review: Mountain Hardwear Waypoint 1
Design: Three-season Non-freestanding Single Wall
Price Paid: $200
I took this tent on the JMT in August. Above 10,000 feet I found the condensation to be unacceptable, as it built to the point of falling on my bag even with all the vents open.
That said, it proved its worth the nights it rained on us. The incredibly light weight it quite an accomplishment, and I have had friends like it much better than I did. Still, I met another hiker with this tent and he also hated it because of the condensation. I will not be using this tent again, and likewise Mountain Hardwear has stopped making this tent, possibly for the same reason.
If you are going to get a single-wall tent, try for something with a vestibule or at least a screen door option, and fabric that breathes better.