Okay, back from camping. Here's the trial run report: the canopy first. As I mentioned on another thread, one of the push pins failed on the second set-up. I was able to use a metal pin to keep the side up but I'll be exchanging the Ozark trail canopy. If a second one has problems I'll change brands. But other than that, loved the Ozark trail. It sets up like a breeze. Came down just as easily.
The tent also goes up easily. However, the third morning, when my tent-camper had left and I was alone and it started to pour, I realized I could not both zip the tent up water tight and be inside the trailer after doing so. So now I have to modify the canopy a bit. Once I'm sure I have the right canopy, I'll sew an extra foot of waterproof fabric onto it's top, and have velcro to attach that to the trailer to provide a water-tight seal. Plus maybe some velcro on the door sides. Then it can be "open" when the rain comes down without getting rain into the tent.
In the meantime, though, I moved the trailer and put a space between tent and trailer and used the tent just as a screen room/tent. It works great for that. The dogs were stuck inside if I zipped it closed, so they could be loose. Walls are straight so plenty of room for my recliner even with the bed in there. I could have windows
opened or closed. I used the Sport Cat heater when it was cold and warmed the whole 10 x10 space pretty fast. (Window cracked for ventilation, don't worry.) For a go-to place when rain showers hit, it was great.
I'll go to the app and post a few pictures.