I bought a Sl2 at an REI Garage sale about 4 years ago for around $75.
There is no warranty with that type of purchase.
Gave it a light wash, a simple repair and made a footprint.
Gave it to one Nephew.
(I have done this before)
Big Agnes is probably the tent maker you want to focus on first.
They make good innovative stuff.
This specific tent for a person from Arizona is a very good idea.
Well ventilated and buggy.
The main tent poles are a one piece affair.
They have two joints that scare me. From the standpoint of being nowhere and needing repair.
Be sure and take a decent repair kit.
Duct tape alone is not enough. But is necessary in any repair kit.
Tents like this one with the clips for poles set up really really quick.
This is a free standing tent and it needs no guide cords unless in a strong wind.
That is not always the case.
Have a tendency to avoid too much sleeve pole routing.