Yep, these animals (brown or green Dyneema tents) are very rare and I think I know why. To color Dyneema you must add a colored laminate which increases the weight. After all, what are we paying 2X the cost of a silnylon tent for?? LESS WEIGHT.
But wait (no pun intended), can't Dyynema fabricators just use green Mylar in the first place W/O having to add it on to finished Dyneema fabric?
So I still want a tent in one of these colors, hopefully green. I want it for the shade if I need to sleep in past sunrise, having hiked in the dark the previous day to find my campsite, and for a bit more privacy than the translucent white Dyneema affords.
And yes Henry Shires, I'd actually cough up $600.+ for a green Tarptent Notch Li.