Just back from our regional... saw many EZ ups fail, even those well guyed became twisted up. Ours survived because it was just a frame, no canopy, loose under a structure. When it went turtle, it didn't smash up, but it is an old heavy one. The entire Center CAmp roof saucer came down with in a foot of it! One structure (maybe a small dome, but still...) flew into a windshield. I know one person was slightly injured by an errant EZup taking flight. Genius caught one a few feet from his tent, although it had been left un-secured because of the mild first day. We collected one for scrap metal. Almost everyone with an EZup needed to remove the canopies or covers. This was during a storm with a ton of rain and winds, gusts of 44 MPH, Utah salt marsh near Grantsville.
Heck, we had to throw extra guy ropes on our carport during the storm in the pouring rain.
Some sunshine, some dust, a little paint and a tutu. Yeah.