The tent takes 4+ people to set it up. The directions are not clear, but we found a youtube video which helped a lot. We broke most of the tent stakes, they like to snap off at the top where they machined out rope cutouts. It also turns out that it is not waterproof. It came with 2 tubes of seam sealer that we applied after it dried out from the first rain that did major leaking, but it didn't do any good. The second rain came and it was just as bad. Not much airflow inside either, the vents are too small and we even had all 3 doors completely removed. This was a cool idea, but it's only half baked. Definitely not worth $1500. I would rather use a tarp and some sticks.