Got a MSR Hubba Hubba (what's the HP?) and Golite SL3.
Having seen the MSR in action along the GR20 and used it once. Really good tent and nice and roomy for a tent that shape. I think you can erect it flysheet first.
SL3 is an excellent tent if you plan to be using for a long period (many days of camping). However it does need a large pitch, this is because the flysheet is tensioned by the pegs not by poles. Also the flysheet does not roll up well if the pitch is too small. That said inside is very roomy and almost a home from home.
Considering that I have piped up on a meeting thread I might as well put one of these up.
I don't do a lot of walking (due to the rowing season) but when I do they are pretty long ones (half the Isle of Wight, 30 miles along the S. Coast Trail and the GR20). As well as carrying way too much stuff. I also have a penchant for buying tents (Hogan 1+, Hubba hubba and a SL3)
Now that a trek around Dartmoor is coming up I have an excuse to purchase some new boots (own a 10 year old pair of KSBs from DOE days) and some lovely new walking poles (fast and light right?)
Weekends in July apart from the first one are good for me due to rowing commitments.
Was planning to go sometime in July with the GF arriving on a Saturday morning (at Ivybridge, easy train links), walking for 10-15 miles, wild camp on Saturday night) then walking for 10-15 miles on Sunday then train back from Ivybridge. Would probably do a circuit of some kind south of the B3212.
Re poles you can get a pair of Leki Trails for £10 more. The Karrimor X-lites are £25 at 480g (http://www.sportsdirect.com/karrimor-x-lite-carbon-walking-poles-784103). It is tempting versus some Leki at £40 (http://www.completeoutdoors.co.uk/Leki-Makalu-Trail-Trekking-Poles-(PAIR)) which are about 300g heavier...there are some Leki Jaspers on ebay for £40 and they weight 290g.