Brute, What would you like to know?
Setting up in the wind or rain = PITA!!! It is a large tarp that takes some time to setup. (It is easier to setup than a tarp with separate doors, but it is still difficult.)
Protection from the wind or rain = Excellent. I put my son under this tarp with me and we tied our hammocks off to the sides with the loops and cooked under the tarp. (That addition is very nice.)
Lesson learned = I typically setup with the wind hitting the sides, but the gusts will flex the poles and push the tarp in to the hammock. You will have to use another stake and some extra guy line to tie that side out. I now carry 8 stakes for this tarp.
If you have any specific questions you would like answered, let me know. I have played with the tarp a little this year and I have become quite fond of it.
"I'm a connoisseur of BACON." - Anyways - 6/9/13
Last edited by MuseJr; 10-10-2012 at 01:07..