...but I don't think there is a tent in the world that would make sleeping in wind like that very enjoyable. Wind just sucks.
I slept great in that tent, in that wind. Didn't bother me at all.
How did the Springbar do in that wind?
Would have been quieter inside, and the walls wouldn't have been caving in nearly as much. But I'd have slept just the same, so it doesn't really matter. But, my experience, Springbar kicks shit out of Hammerhead 3 for wind.
Also, it would take me at least 30 minutes to setup that old spring bar...probably more.
You definitely don't know how to set one up... Takes me under 10 minutes, by myself. Usually just a little bit longer when someone tries to help. I would add, les that sound like exaggeration, there are numerous people on RME that have seen me do it.