I've spent SO many nights in a tent that I won't do it any more, I bought a pop-up tent trailer finally.
My thoughts are this... you don't need a big tent and you don't want one that is the least bit complicated to erect. Some tents are frigging nightmares to erect.
Two things I would demand of any tent before I bought it and I wouldn't compromise on them.
1) Shock-corded tent poles that hold it up. That means they literally pop together as they have a shock (bungee) cord running through them all. You just pull them apart slightly when you're done with the tent & fold them into a short compact page. Separate poles are a nightmare to figure out if it's late & dark... & not much better during the daytime.
2) Sewn full-length pockets in the tent fabric to slide the assembled tent poles into. Straps, hooks, etc. to hold the tent to the tent poles are a PITA. Once you slide the tent poles into the sewn full-length pockets, the tent is 95% up.
Avoid the cheap vinyl coated fabrics, they sweat inside & you'll have moisture dripping on you as you sleep. A separate rain fly that is positioned 3-4" above the tent will keep the rain out if you need it, most make attaching that on top an easy thing to do.
Enjoy tent-camping. I did for over 35 years including over 75 nights in a tent as a Boy Scout leader. But I'm too old for tents now, they hurt my back.