Kaos Salmon wrote:...a company called Suisse Sport makes at least two that appear similar in every regard except size (and the fact that one gets better reviews on Amazon for some reason). Note that they still have a relatively small mesh ceiling underneath the fly that would need to be covered, but at least it's a much, much smaller area than the Coleman Sundome in the same price range that many people seem to tolerate with sheets clipped or adhered over the massive mesh walls.
The 9 and 12 minute marks on this video show the Suisse Sport Yosemite 5 person (for sure, if you can, always get a tent for BM that you can stand up in) and there is a "room divider" that could probably be re-purposed as a barrier for the screened top, which shows up best in the video at the beginning.
What I see as problematic is the dependence on the support poles. Even though they probably are very bendable, in high wind it's almost for sure the tent will "flatten", not necessarily breaking the poles, but if inside at the time, it's very disturbing. One could try to guy rope down the poles in the spots that one can attach line (duct tape at the knot so it doesn't slip, at which time it could stress the tent fabric and possibly tear it) and leave some slack in the rope/string.
For ANY tent that is supported by the fiberglass, or aluminum poles, I suggest you either replace them with the strongest ones you can find, or at least take an extra one of two, that you can buy at http://tentpoletechnologies.com/?page_id=17
, as repair of these high tech but breakable poles on the playa is really hard. (I used rebar and duct tape once...fortunately, the break was at an exposed part of the pole before it went into the sleeve.)
Again, the beginning, the 9 and 12 minute parts the best to get an idea of this tent. I think WalMart sells them: