I'll start another one here with some ideas and pics for folks to add to. Hopefully we can generate a worthwhile 'database' for folks that are considering a backpack hunting tent. Kifaru knock-off with integral floor and "bug-proof" design. 10' dia. by 7' tall. Tent, pole and 16 stakes weigh just about 6.5 lbs. Stove is another 3 lbs. Experimental #5 uretek water resistant zipper--jury's still out on this one... Kifaru Parastove in tent--my brother said he'd have a tough time going back to a 'no-stove' tent after a stay in cold weather in this tent...it is nice to cook, heat, dry off and warm up all at once. Detail of center pole. Go to: Hunting Backpacking Equipment, etc. pictures from hiking & backpacking photos on webshots for more pics... Detail of inside of tent. Have since sewed on velcro on/off covers for vents you can see on either side of tent to give more control over amount of venting. Venting worked so well, it got too cold. See top couple of pics for what the vents look like on the outside with 'hooped' opening to scoop air. Single wall tents need ventilation and lots of it, but being able to control the amount is a plus... Added screen zipped screen door since as well. Other tents I've had good experiences with: Marmot Swallow double wall tent--a great two vestibule, two door tent with lots of zip of venting makes it comfortble in a wide variety of conditions. Bibler Torre single wall tent (now called Tempest--name change since it is now made offshore, I think, not sure--it's a lot less expensive now than when I bought it a few years ago!) at Thumb Rock, Liberty Ridge, Mt. Rainier. This tent will handle just about anything thrown at it weatherwise. Poles go on the inside so you get inside it to pitch and your body weight holds it down while pitching in the wind. Bibler's tend to breath very well (probably the best) for a single wall tent. 4 pole design. 6.5 lbs.