Going on 20 plus years on our 2 bravo 15'x15' tents still like new. Got another new one from John last year an 18'x24'. What ever you buy get one that has d-rings for tie offs and not gromets. Also doors on both ends are nice only a matter of time before someone smokes out the tent with the wood stove and being able to open both ends of the tent clears it out quick. We run the Cabela's xxxl disco bunks you can sleep double the amount of people in the same space and they are extra wide. We also prefer to run our wood stove out the sidewall vs. the roof as we are on the westside of the Cascades and get a lot of wet heavy snow. So we always put white tops over our roof to help the snow slide off the tarp is a pain in the rear when your stove jack is in the roof.I chose and have been happy with my 15' X 18' Bravo tent. I chose it mainly for the heavily reinforced seams and high wind capability. John, the owner, fixes a lot of other brand tents so he learned what works and what doesn't early on.