i'll definitely post up how well it works. I have one of those temperature clocks with wireless sensor that I can use to show the inside tent temperature as well as the outside temp at the same time. It would be VERY cool (no pun intended!) if I can maintain an inside temp of around 75 degrees during the night. I'm not so much worried about the early early hours when it's down in the 70's anyway, but more so about the temp at bedtime. It's HOT and humid here in FL now and going to bed sweaty and hot is miserable.
'08 Nissan Frontier Nismo 4x4 CC
3" suspension lift, 2" body lift
33" Goodyear MTR's
custom rock sliders
Hefty Fab Works: radiator/engine/transmission/t-case/gas tank skid plates, winch bumper