Ozark Trail took a cue from portable hunting blind designs when it created its Instant Cabin, and proves that assembling large, multi-room tents does not have to be complicated. The unique feature of this shelter is the frame poles are already attached to the tent, and all you need to do to set it up is extend the corner supports, and then raise the roof like an umbrella (or hunting blind). Ozark Trail says that done correctly, set up time averages around two minutes, which is great if you're trying to corral a wild child, or bad weather is on the horizon. Inside are three separate doors for private rooms large enough for inflatable queen mattresses, screened windows, gear pockets, electrical cord access (if you're plugging in or running a generator for power), and a bug-free porch. A small rainfly and carry bag is included.