Another great tent in this category is the Kelty Gunnison 2. It's a bit lighter, looks to be a bit sleeker, and is a bit more expensive. And, even though you may be able to find it $10 or so cheaper elsewhere, if you buy it from Adventure Cycling the profits go to promote the sport/lifestyle we all enjoy!
This message was edited by CNC2006 on 7-24-07 @ 12:42 PM
The Kelty Gunnison 2.1 sold here at ACA looks good. I went looking for some reviews of it and found this http://www.rei.com/product/763437#customerReview
I especially liked the one titled "I can even set it up when drinking".
All the reviews are informative and worth the read.
The one reservation I have is that the tent's mesh windows do not appear to have cloth inner panels to close them up as some other tents do. This isn't necessarily a bad thing because the huge wrap around mesh panels are probably the reason this tent is condensation proof. My only worry is that in very cold weather, it's warmer to completely block all the mesh to keep the warm air in. On the other hand, I doubt I would be doing much snow camping while cycle touring.