Went out on Sunday to learn how to set-up in the rain. It was also my first time out with a new BB by Warbonnet . I used a OES MacCat Deluxe which I set up first and then proceeded from there. The black bishop bag that came with the BB worked very nicely setting up and taking down. Around Chicago here we have been having some major storms leading to flooding. My wife, of course, thought I was nuts. Well it really started to pore after I finished setting up so I just laid back and read a book. Now things were going quite well. I was staying pretty dry with an occasional spray of mist, then the thunder came. Now the air smelled a little bit like ozone and I was starting to become concerned. When a small break in the thunder came I packed it up and headed out as fast as I could. The ground which is still partially frozen was completely saturated to the point when you took a step it was over your shoes. That's when I knew the only way that you could stay dry aside from sleeping on bare rock was to be in a hammock. The road leading out from which I came was closed due to flooding. So I headed out the other direction ending up at an intersection where a cop closed the road. He sort of gave me a puzzled look, probably wondering where I came from. I was driving a older Honda Civic which has about a 5" ground clearance. Overall it was a good learning experience and I really love my new BB.