My first 4-season tent. It failed on its first use! It was a hell of a storm of course (2 out of 7 tents in the group held) but that was no excuse. One pole broke and punched through the fly (which came down on my face together with the inner tent). I bought a set of poles for the Selewa Cordilliera and patched the fly .Having bought the tent in a bargain at 50% (now you now why) the new poles didn't set me back for much and they are much better. I also changed the way the fly connects to the inner tent, which was another drawback: it used fastex buckles, which failed in strong winds. After this modifications it became a quite good tent but I wouldn't recommend going through all that trouble.
This design (common to many tents, like the Salewa Cordilliera or Sierra Leone) offers a lot of space but it is not very strong. In strong winds it would be a good idea to support the free ends of the third pole with your trekking poles.
Pros: -Roomy -Warm: The aluminised fabric really makes a difference -Easy setup -Handy pockets/ shelf/ hook -Light for its size
Cons: -The poles really suck -The fastex buckles holding the fly fail