Firstly, there was no user manual whatsoever included with the tent so it took a few minutes to figure out what went where. Second, one of the poles broke the very first time we put it up (whilst putting it up), and we had to brace the broken pole with some tape and one of the tent pegs. Still yet to find out if spare poles are available. Third, the rain fly does not cover the windows fully and when it rained a bit of water leaked through the window zippers into the tent. The design of the fly cover would also allow rain to blow directly into the tent if there was a bit of wind.
Positives were that it is spacious inside with good headroom, and with the windows open there is good chance of getting a through breeze. All in all it is a good value tent at under $100, as long as you are 100% sure there will be no bad weather.