I attended Burning Man Last year and used my pop-up tent trailer with no problems. I kept the door closed and the zippered window openings closed whenever I was away from my camp. When I was sleeping, I only had one zippered window (the one closest to my head) open for ventilation. As a result, I didn't have much dust inside. I didn't see the need to add any guy lines or stakes. The dry weight of my trailer is about 2400 lbs, and with the water and gear I was packing, I had plenty of weight on board. The set-up time is about 30 minutes.
It did get hot enough inside the tent trailer by 9:00 am that I would be awake and ready to start the day. I don't spend a lot of time at my camp, I'm just there to eat, sleep, clean up, and change my clothes. If I was more of a "couch potato", I would most likely prefer a hard-sided trailer or motor home with all of the amenities.
The beauty of the tent trailer is the towing aspect. With the low profile of the tent trailer, I have minimal wind resistance and a modest increase in my fuel consumption. With the roof racks on the trailer, I can carry up to 4 bikes and still have plenty of room in the trailer and truck for the food, water, gear, etc. Going over the mountain passes, I'm traveling at highway speeds, rather than crawling in 3rd gear.
With tents, hexayurts, tent trailers, and motorhomes, everything is a trade-off, so select the shelter that works with your budget and your comfort zone.