Hey, good old CBC? I watched Nixon resign on CBC. I was staying at my aunt's house in Lillooet, B.C. Anyway, it was strange enough watching your president resign on TV, let alone I was in a foreign country, (yes, Canada is a foreign country, last time I checked) so they were all talking about it from their perspective. Very odd, I'll never forget it!
When I heard that "Tron" was a really old movie, then of course (duh) I realized it was a joke. But look what a nice conversation you started!
And about those tents. I did go to Tucson. There was an enormous bike race (El Tour) so no campsites, so I stayed at my brother's instead. So I didn't try out the combat tent.
Yes, the rainfly does cover all the mesh on my tents, too, or the rain would get in!
But if the tent is fabric instead of mostly mesh it can serve well as a 4 season tent in AZ--the fabric serves better to hold in your body heat. That was my only point. The Timberline worked well for this purpose. You can still get them from Campmor--they're very reasonably priced. I'm only saying this because a real 4 season tent is pretty pricey, usually. And you usually don't need all those bells and whistles to camp in a little snow on Mt. Lemmon.