Voyager 2.2 is no longer current model check TN web site. They have modified another of their backpacking tents for this year.
We have a 2.2, not sure I would use it in really wild conditions. As a one man tent fine, for 2 loads of storage space but cosy inside. HAs been up in summer blows but not winter, we prefere our Hille Nallo II.
We walked it a few (7?) years ago as a inter hotel walk. We paid Sherpa to do the work for us , hotels and bagage transfer etc. Not our usual style but we just didnt have the time that year. We walked in early September, weather was slightly unseasonable. Daily towns were not a problem, but quality of hotels varied a lot. Researching afterwards in some cases it was a case of the best(ish) of what there was. In terms of backpacking (our usual mode) I think wild camping may be a struggle. My memory suggests it was something like Derbyshire, with sufficient habitation to deter you. Also water may be a problem?
We enjoyed the walk, it is certainly different. There is a Cicerone Press guide that is worth getting a copy of.
We have been on the SWCP for the last few summers and yes agree camp site costs are horrific when you think that we only want tea time to breakfast time accomodation and certainly dont want all the facilities offered. The Backpackers Club FPD and LDP directory are excellent starting points for planning. In terms of update they are as good as reports by members. We have ben updsating the last couple of years through to Falmouth from Minehead. Wild pithing is doable, though you may have to pick up water, and in some cases not as wild as you would really want with quite a lot of habitation particularly on the southern coast. N Devon / N Cornwall certainly a lot easier. Another source of info is the SWCP Association accomodation guide. It is geared more around B+B, but is very useful for planning purposes, this sections broken down in time and grading. The big shocker is how much effort is needed to walk it, do not underestimate the severity, and the amount of ascent you will be doing 0-100m tens of times a day is quite normal!
I recently used them via Amazon. Similarly no sock arrival after reasonable time. did find a telephone number on the web site, and they answered! Claimed Royal Mail failed to deliver so sent a second pair 1st class. this then took a week, but at least they arrived. Im not sure aboutthe company. I wanted to believe them, but now not sure now