Too bad they've been discontinued. For an off-the-shelf shade structure, they're really fairly good.
My thoughts from last year: Nice and solid, but minimal room underneath compared to the footprint they require. They have a 30' diameter, but due to the angle of the sides, you lose almost half of that for anything but storage/laying down. Several camps in our area had these, including ours. We didn't bother guying it down due to the shape, and it survived the week - and we had it on an unprotected corner (5:30 & H). Neighbors dome (admittedly a bit of a sketchy dome) collapsed in the winds; spent the next few days a piece of modern art.
The only actual damage it took was when I was taking a stake out, I pulled out a non-structural loop in the middle of one of the doors.
The last day it took a pretty heavy beating from continual gusts of wind, and the center pole was leaning slightly because it hadn't been nailed down as tight as it could have been, but otherwise it was fine.
I'd worry about the three poles that extend to support the arches over the doors. They're small, and the fabric isn't taut there. There are guy loops above each door and while we didn't guy ours down, I would advise guying it at least on the windward side, to help give it a little extra support from the wind.
The center pole is a fairly heavy duty steel pole. My only concern there would be if the wind was strong enough that it managed to push one of the three arch support poles in enough to cause the center pole to collapse. Again, guying it over the doors should help prevent that.
Really good shade structure for the money.