Lived in AK with kids and know the importance of a good bug tent. REI 10x10 with tarp option worked well when there was no wind. It could handle a breeze, but perfect stakeout was necessary for light wind, and it was a hazard in moderate wind.
Of course, with a little breeze you don't need a big tent, but in variable conditions it was a bit of a PITA. Bugs out, set it up; light breeze, pull it down, breeze settles down... I still have ours, and will carry it for certain trips, but it's been set up only every other year or so now that we've been in the Rockies.
It's a good quality tent that seems better made and better suited to light wind than the Wetzel types. Then again, I haven't looked into bug tents in quite a few years so I don't really know what's out there.