Extra high sides on this new groundhseet (15cm), along with obligatory orange trimmings in my obligatory orange tent. The foot/quilt/bag cover section has been in solid use with me for a couple of years now. It stops me lifting my feet in a morning mong, and stops the foot end of my insulation getting damp (the only source of damp I ever get sleeping like this). Unlike the umpteenth models before it, this one attaches to the existing tent pegs and has not only a tension adjuster, but an angle adjuster to help it pitch straight on dodgy and lumpy pitches. Also, it's held off the ground a little bit to help stop abrasion. Much wider than normal too, at 1m. Previous G'sheets have always been 50 to 75mm high on the sides before, and 80cm wide. BTGSfrontal by turnerminator, on Flickr Square shape so that bags can go at foot end, either side depending on the lay of the ground. BTGSfrontside by turnerminator, on Flickr Sized to go in my tents and Monk tarps BTGScorner by turnerminator, on Flickr 2 oz PU coated black ripstop Nylon 6 6 28gsm Nylon foot cover Delrin corner rods (4 x 5g each) 8 x cordlocks (8g) 2mm Bungee cord 1m x 2.15m x 0.15m. 270g Thanks for looking.