I bought this tent in mid-August 2019. I went on one trip with it, spent 3 nights. It doesn't leak, condensation never dripped on me, even though my rain fly was on the entire time, due to rainy weather. The square-ish frame makes it feel very roomy. The dual vestibules and entrances are very nice. The vestibules have three variations of setup, depending on your tent stake placement - 1) the main section can roll half-way or all the way up 2) The main section can be held straight up with a trekking pole or something similar, 3) the side panels can be rolled back. The rainfly just plain ol' works. This tent does come with the official footprint. Everything works as it should, including zippers, sockets, seams, pockets, poles, etc. There are a couple scuffs on the stuff sack, from when it was going through airport checked baggage. Otherwise, it's in excellent condition. Comes with standard stakes too, though one is slightly bent. It's great for hiking, but might be slightly better suited for car camping. I'm discarding it because I want to see how lightweight I can get. However, I was thoroughly pleased with this tent's performance.
Tent: 4.5 lbs (including tent, poles, stakes, rainfly, stuff sack)
Footprint: 8.2 oz.
Keywords: Storm Break, Tent, 3 Season, Stormbreak,