when i think of a burning man tent the first thing i think of is: HOLY SHIT IT'S FUCKIN WINDY.
that means my #1 concern is having ample points to tie it down securely.. sustained winds of 35-40 mph (averaged wind speed over 2-5 minutes = sustained) and gusts of 70mph are not unheard of.. and wind/dust storms can last 5 hours or more.
i have seen coleman family tents like the one you linked to flattened in such storms, i.e. the poles break, its a flat pancake.
#2 concern would be dust.. but i follow the suggestions above and keep all my clothes/important shit in a plethora of ziplock bags and trash bags and grocery store bags
#3 is comfort... my tent is mainly to sleep.. partly as a place to sit and be alone at time to escape the madness of the burn and maybe to have some meals.
i camp with this:
when using all of the tie downs i use up to 13 stakes... it says its a '2 person' tent.. its really 1 person with gear.
its low profile, doesnt catch much wind and has weathered some bad stuff over the years..
in fear of HOLY SHIT moments each year i bring: floral wire, bunches of duct tape and electrical tape and 4 tent repair tubes..
..the little tubes slide over the bent portion of your pole and you can survive temporarily on it:
i use the small outside 'vestibule' area for storing some stuff, like canned goods, cases of beverages and trash...
the inside isnt roomy, isnt luxurious.. but once i get prepared for the night, its comfy, i can sleep well and i wake up feeling rested..
i push all my bedding stuff in to the back of the tent during the day and cover it with a trashbag/something to keep the dust off.. it looks kinda uncomfortable during the day as i use it for going in and out for meals and breaks.. but.. at night, its much dif.
for me, looking for a tent #1, make sure it can survive the wind (many tie down points) #2 abating the dust can be important for some #3 comfort..
and as a subsection to #1 ..having a nice waterproof rainfly is important.. cuz it does rain at burning man.