Got out for an overnight in Harriman State Park and had the chance to really push this tarp to its capabilities.
Since I wrote my review, I rigged up a full-length tarp ridgeline, and attached the tarp using prussik loops. I then used some cut up leggings for tarp skins. I love my tarp suspension and don't see myself changing it any time soon. The skins, on the other hand, I'm going to scrap for ones made out of mosquito netting. The leggings get waterlogged too easily.
I love the color of this tarp. I was hanging in an area where I was not allowed, but the tarp blends in very well with its surroundings. With the sun setting, and the fact that it has the coverage to completely conceal my site, it would have been very hard for somebody to spot me. Here's my set-up in the morning.
There was some pretty heavy, sustained downpours for 45 minutes or so. It was somewhat windy, but I couldn't tell from under the Toxaway. The only water that made it under the tarp was some misting from one of the open ends. However, myself and my gear stayed largely dry. Here's a picture with everything that was covered by the tarp.