I'm sitting in this tent now as I write this review and the rain is pouring down. The inside of this tent is as dry as being inside my house. It is a nice roomy tent with a separator (zips right down the middle, no zipper along the bottom) in the middle with room enough to easily accommodate 2 queen air mattresses and room to walk around upright still. I am 6'4" and have no problem standing fully upright anywhere in the tent. It has 2 rings at the top of the tent to hang a light. The separator has storage pockets sewn in them, but of little use when they are tied back. The rain fly is doing its job right now. I do wish it protruded a bit more from both entrances though, enough to stand right outside the door and stay dry, as when you walk out you step right onto wet earth. A D-door would be a great asset as well as you have to constantly zip and unzip every time you enter/exit. An electrical plug entry port would be nice as well. You have to use the door. With the fly off the whole top is bug screen which is airy and nice on starry nights(unlike this one:( ) Setup can be done with one person after you figure out how to assemble it, but it's not advised. Two people is so much smoother. We did quite a bit of shopping around, and no tent met our criteria completely, but this one came the closest. I do wish it would block out noise though. This epic definition of redneck trash family behind me is living up to their name, arguing and dropping every curse word in the book at close to max volume, forget the fact they have a kid, and don't get me started on that hellion's behavior. Great tent though!