Outside Magazine included the Outer Space II & III in an April article about living out of a vehicle. Here's an excerpt:
A good old-fashioned tarp and a couple of poles are a decent (and cheap) option for basic shade and rain protection. But my favorite pick is the Exped Outer Space III ($479). Unlike rooftop tents that start at more than twice that price, lack livable space, and eat up gas mileage, the Outer Space III quickly converts from a three-person tent with an attached living room to an open-air or fully enclosed shelter for up to six people. It stands out over other similar tents for its versatility and massive vestibule—I like that I can have my sleeping area set up and still have enough space to cut vegetables or play cards. At about five pounds, the smaller, two-person Outer Space II ($429) is a bit heavy for backpacking but can be used for that purpose in a pinch.