We started off with a MSR Mutha Hubba on our RTW. The MH was good up to a point. Easy and quick to set up in good conditions. After 70 nights of camping we only set up twice in the rain - both times it was a right pain. You can pitch the tent with two pegs, one at each end and attach the outer canopy clips under the poles but if it rains the lose sides touch the inner fly and it leaks. So you need 10 pegs in wet conditions. Also the Velcro straps that attach the canopy to the poles ripped off in moderate wind. We now have a Hilleberg Keron
One other thing, we have a Nato poncho each that we got from silvermans, they popper together and with the use of our Tatonka tarp Stange poles and 6 guy lines we have a shelter to erect the tent/cook under/sun shade/wind block.
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