I have the earlier version. Its not a total condensation box. It does let in very fine droplets eventually in biblical rain (mostly on the seams) but if there is a breeze its not so much of an issue. In icy or snow conditions you can get some water forming as the fabric gets blocked. This always takes a while and a quick wipe on the roof and seams works well. As its so tall I rarely bash my head on the roof but on the odd occassion I have done it was small / odd droplets rather than a small shower. It does get a little damp around the top of the bathtub in the mornings but easy to manage. I do get fine droplets of condensation on my sleeping bag from my breath build up probably. I was initially dissapointed in the fabric but have learned to deal with its querks. I have kept the tent as It pitches tight (proper tight with LL3's and MLD cord), its very stable and easy to pitch, tons of room, dries pretty quickly, proper dark inside if you ever want to sleep in, almost free-standing and I love the colours (green and black). For me its performed better for condensation than Akto, Soulo and Laser Comps I have had so it has a place in the arsenal for (non ultralight) trips of 2 or 3 days . For peace of mind now (dont we all get irked by having to deal with condensation when spending good money?) I use synthetic bag or over quilt when using it.