Springbar and Kodiak tents rock. Heavy and expensive, but they last forever. Your grand kids will still be using them!
The only thing better is ""GP" tents. "General Purpose" military tents. There is a reason they have used them in Korea, Vietnam, Iraq, etc. But you need a platoon to put them up. But great once they are.
But the main things are wind and stakes. Try to put your car to the SW (Gerlach) of your tent, that will help a lot. Until there is a northern blow (when the BIG dust storms hit), then we are all in trouble. Hope you have an RV to the north. (North is basically the open direction out beyond the Man. 25+ miles of open desert, with nothing to slow the wind down. If you see a storm coming from the north you find the nearest bar, and drink all their booze!)
You need good stakes for your tent, but you DO NOT need rebar. But rebar is good, and easy to get. I prefer the V or W style military stakes. Good in the playa, or soft muddy ground. If your tent only have a few stake points use them all, and maybe even run a rope over the top. If your tent has a lot (like a Springbar or Kodiak) use at least half, especially up wind.
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