New Cricket arrived a couple of weeks ago. Interested to see that main seams no longer "triple rolled" and have both raw edges of fabric exposed. Don't think it affects seam strength at all. As long as fabric doesn't fray. Tarptent has used this method from the start. ( We have 4 of those, and no problems with the seams). Edit: Someone on the MLD Shelter Owners FB group wrote that their new Trailstar is stitched the same. Stitching is all pretty good. Top triangular corner panels towards peak of both end panels are put together a little too loose/large so there is a bit of bagging at the top - not 100% taut in that area like on the other MLD silnylon shelters I've had. I'll see how it goes. I'm a bit OCD about a taut pitch. Though it won't affect overall pitch, the minor bagging doesn't look nice ( to my eye). Probably most wouldn't notice. (FWIW, our Trekker tent Drift 2 (silpoly) doors were all even worse for bagging at the top). I like the olive drab colour. Communication pretty poor compared to any other company I've bought from. When ordered, lead times were 8 weeks. Though the website announced this was extending to 12 a couple of weeks later, I had no personal message to this effect. Then, couple months later I had a shipping message and tracking number and it arrived about 14 weeks after ordering.