absinthe52 wrote:I'd like it foe Denali eventually.
I have Namatj 3 and I used it on Denali. Mixed experience: needs a lot of space to set up, vulnerable to side winds; however, it is warm and light, was fine for 3 on West Butt and tight but OK for 4 on West Rib. Namatj is similar to Nallo but the end is not tapered so it has a bit more room. BTW, my Namatj 3 is closer to 7 lbs when dry, not the advertized 5lb 12oz.
I visited Stephenson "factory" several years ago and played with the tent set-up for a while. My impression is that Stephenson is more wind resistant and it is considerably lighter. It can (and should IMHO) be ordered with a side window - very unique feature. Stephenson's design is absolutely unique: it is basically double-walled silnylon on the side walls and single silnylon on the ends. So it is completely impervious to air - condensdation is reduced due to warm side walls and ventilation. Stephenson has more floor space because the vestibule is a part of the tent which can be both good and bad, more often good in my opinion.