If you are looking for a light small footprint tent, suitable for a solo hiker up to 6’2”, with a small pack size which is also easy to pitch then take a look at the Firefly SL.
Lay out the shelter, add 4 pegs, throw over the fly, clip it into place on the same pegs, add 2 more for the front and back and that’s it!
If it is windy there’s 2 other guy tabs on the front and back panels and two main guy tabs at either end for optional guys if the weather is serious.
As it is a free standing tent, if you put the fly on the inner and decide the ground isn’t quite right for you, you can pick it up as one and move it to flatter ground.
There’s excellent ventilation all round, with a 50% mesh inner, however there’s a deep bathtub style floor so moisture from long grass or draughts aren’t going to trouble you.
The vestibule is big enough for a pack and boots, and if you are a walking pole user, propping the door open with one will give you a view while you cook your supper.
Weights are very respectable and I wold be happy using this on a long distance 3 season hike.
Should you need it as a fly only summer shelter, it also comes with a footprint with sewn in four pole slots as an alternative to the full inner.