Sorry for the delayed response ... we had gone to church and out to lunch.
So far, the CLAM has stood up to everything we've thrown at it.
(Prior to coming up with the 1660 Mag screen room/tent, CLAM Outdoors
[Rogers, Mn .. near Minneapolis] had manufactured similar ice fishing
shelters that had to stand up (unsheltered from the wind) on frozen lakes
It was actually pretty windy on the first day we arrived at the Kansas
and it rained many afternoons while we were at
the Oshkosh airshow.
There are reinforced grommets for tent pegs at the absolute bottom
corners of each of the CLAM's sides. In addition, the black "tabs" that
are mentioned in the CLAM videos are actually woven nylon loops.
CLAM provides some cords and pegs to attach to those "tabs", but you
will have to buy extra tent pegs somewhere for those bottom grommets.
All together, you can have 10+ stakes/attachment-points
the tent/screen room to the ground.
I remember all of the research and anxiety that we had as we tried
to come up with something that would meet our needs and constraints.
If you have other questions, just let me know via the forum or PM.
Glad to help if I can!
BTW - At the LBL (Land Between the Lakes) rally
, we camped with TomK.
Their trailer is fairly similar, but they do have the new cherry wood
interior doors. Pictures of their interior can be found at this thread:
Mission Accomplished - Scamp is Home!