The good? It really is cheap, light, waterproof, and mosquito-proof. And it fits into neat little spots in the woods.
The bad? I had to wake up in the middle of the night and wipe down the condensation, as it was so bad it was giving me asthma. I dried off the condensation again in the morning, and left the tent open to dry in the sun all day, and it was okay that night. But then it rained. The rain didn't come in - except when I had to go to the bathroom, which involved crawling out on my hands and knees onto wet soil. But when I'd dried off the condensation as best I could in the morning, the tent was still wet. It was still raining outside. What could I do? Stay in and get asthma? Go out and get soaked? I chose to go out and get soaked. So we have a tent that is halfways useable as long as the sun shines.
I might add that, due to the awkward construction, I'm still trying to get the thing dry enough to put away, two months later! I'll think it's dry, and then I find a corner that's still wet, so I turn it inside out, put it in the sun, and before it's dry it gets rained on, and all the little corners are wet again, and on and on we go.