Re: Screen tent!
Some friends of mine in Europe mentioning "awning tents" they put up and take down. It takes them at least 1-2 hours to set it up (since it has to be anchored, many panels and structural supports put in place, all of it staked down, and all this after making sure the bottom floor is in place, then swept off once the tent is up.) Even worse, there is no moving the vehicle unless one wants many thousands of repairs until the tent is taken down.
After seeing how much a PITA it is to do all that, I'd rather just go with a standalone tent, or an EZ-Up pavilion that has panels on the sides. However, I live in Texas, and if it isn't extremely hot, the wind can blow hard... and a 50 mile/hour gust is going to knock almost any type of tent down unless it was staked extremely well with stakes going into the ground at least 2-3 feet.