I have a Springbar, and live in Mt View. Although it is currently in storage in East Palo Alto. I can probably arrange for you to check it out.
I checked out the equivalent Kodiak tent at Burning Man this year. If you look for postings from CptSmashy, he had the Kodiak. (We were both camped as part of Terminal City.)
Comparing a Springbar Traveler 5 and a Kodiak 10x10 Deluxe:
Size - virtually identical
Canopy - similar, Springbar is detachable
Frame - similar
Weight - similar
Doors - Springbar 1, Kodiak 2
Windows - Springbar 4, Kodiak 4 (who cares at Burning Man?)
Vents - Springbar 0, Kodiak 2 (useless at Burning Man?)
Construction - seemed the Springbar was slightly better
Setup - similiar, very easy.
Where Made - Springbar, Ogden UT; Kodiak, China.
Where to buy - Springbar (online-direct); Kodiak (retail only)
Add-ons - the ones that come with seem similiar, Springbar has other stuff you can buy on their website.
Cost - Springbar is more.
Wind at Burning Man - they both rock.
Dust - mine did well, but I can't really compare mine to the Kodiak, our setups were too different.
There are slight differences, and whether they matter is up to the user.
If I was buying a new tent now, I would get a Springbar Vagabond 7 with a detachable awning. It is cheaper than a Traveler 5, and having less windows isn't an issue at Burning Man (although might matter for other applications).
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