As most snugpak products, I think this is a high quality product. Many options for setup make it very versatile. The problem I have is the storage options. It comes in a extremely well made case that is mesh on one side and clear plastic on the other. The tarp, stakes and guy lines come neatly packed in it. It's too bulky to fit in a backpack and once initially removed from it, I can't think of a reason you would ever put it back into it. It also comes with a "stuff sack" but stuffing the tarp into it is a bad idea. It too is well made but it is only reinforced on one side. The other side is single stitched. I stuffed the tarp into it once, barely got it in and the seams were ready to burst. The only other way is to neatly fold and roll the tarp then it easily fits but that is very impractical when wet or in the woods. If a slightly larger compression sack was provided I think the tarp would be perfect.