I used the Silent Brickhouse blind by Ameristep for deer and fall turkey hunting. I used it only twice and it worked as advertised. Please consider that when reading. I set it up per the instructions and rehearsed set up and take down several times to memorize the steps. I'm glad I did. I got to where I could pop it right up and bring it back down in low-light conditions without a hitch. I like the open windows and the option to use screens if bugs get too bad. I had no problem drawing a compound bow sitting in my favorite hunting chair. One thing to plan for--if you're a bowhunter--your pins will have a hard time finding enough light to illuminate. With that in mind, open the windows and use your best-guess avenues of approach to illuminate the pins. Good luck with that!
Also I had to work in extra time for set up and take down as well as hauling the blind in and out of the hunting area. I hunt on a USMC base, so coming and going on time is critical. The blind is very light to carry and the case carries well. The more I use this blind, the more reasons I find to recommend it.