I went with a Superfly because I wanted doors and pullouts since I knew I wanted to eventually go winter camping and knew that, for that, I'd want those features. Rather than buy a "3-season" tarp and then buy another tarp for winter (since funds are tight), I figured it'd be better to buy a tarp, off the bat, that could handle anything I threw at it, and THEN I could work on specializing my setup (getting a smaller, door-less tarp for summer). Just seemed the right approach to me with my circumstances.
I will say that once I had the Superfly, Warbonnet earned my loyalty. I was blown away by the quality and strength of the build from the get-go, but once I met Brandon at the fall hang last month and he showed me just how tight I should be cranking that thing down, I realized it's built like a freaking tank, in a surprisingly small and light package, considering what it is and the versatility it affords. I never regretted or doubted that purchase for a second.