I did a lot of reading of reviews before i bought a Vango Banshee 200. The reviews were good. Current models have a door both sides. I have had to pack up a wet tent in the morning but it dried in about 20 minutes in the evening once it was up and the doors left open. Weight wise it is not the lightest or the quickest to put up but it is perfectly okay for backpacking. The outer and inner can be put up all in one which saves a lot of fiddling about on uour hands and knees inside the tent. I spent the night at 6000 feet in the Pyrenees with a thunder storm raging all night...no leaks, wind proof and stable.
Vango have an extensive range of designs and sizes and their prices do not reflect the overall high quality of their equipment