Another tent that would work well is Marmot's Equinox ($289). It's a three-season tent, but very sturdy and weatherproof. I particularly like its door design, which has two front-end openings, plus a third small door at the back of the tent.
Both of these tents are "free-standing," so you don't need to do much staking. But, of course you need to do some, so here's a suggestion (and maybe you've already heard of this trick): Pack with you a couple of small nylon bags. At your campsite, fill them with sand or rocks. Attach a guy line to the bag with a mini-carabiner or snap-link. Then dig a hole in the ground and bury it. That creates a "dead man," which is a great anchoring device in sand or snow. Your tent will stay on the ground, where it belongs, even when the wind is screaming.
Check out the REI website for The Mountain Hardwear Skyview 2 and Marmot Equinox tents.