This year I'm thinking of bringing a screen house to escape the bugs. I don't cook or eat near my sleeping tent but I certainly need a screen house to relax, stretch, escape the rain, and most importantly.........ESCAPE THE SWARM OF SQEETOS. I don't care how much it weighs, or costs. What I do care about is how sturdy it is. Since I've had such good luck with Eureka, I was eyeballing the the Northern Breeze Screen House. It'll see the Kobuk, Ambler, Yukon, and other tributaries of the Yukon this summer. I figured it would also be a decent screen house for dip netting season as a cook shelter to escape the wind and rain. It looks like all the sides fold down so you can selectively choose which ones you want open according to the direction of the wind and rain. Before I pull the trigger on this one, has anybody had good luck with another type or brand? I'm not crazy about the color blue (attracts bugs) but it would be nice to "tease" them while I escape their wrath. It'd be like that little yappy dog next door who always teases my buddy's Rotty, knowing fully well where his leash ends.