I've read quite a few posts on the forum and thought it was time to contribute. Last winter I purchased a U.S. Army Surplus 5 Man Arctic Tent and a Yukon stove to go with it from the States and had them shipped to relatives in Michigan. I imported them myself to save on brokerage and taxes.
The tent was purchased from California Army Navy Surplus http://www.calarmy.com/tents/
for $325USD shipped. The centre pole is telescoping "magnesium", tent side walls are 2' high, floor is 13' wide and forms a hexagon. Made of canvas that was treated with waterproofing and fire repellent (although I doubt this is still effective.) Also has a separate liner that attaches inside with lines to hang wet clothing to dry. Silicone ring for a stove jack. Weight of pole is 6.6lbs, liner is 15.6lbs, tent is 34lbs and all the aluminum pegs are 3.1lbs.
The Yukon stove was purchased from AA Surplus Sales http://www.aasurplus.com/Products/97-stove-yukon.aspx
for $142USD shipped. It measures 10" wide by 8" tall and 24" deep, nesting stove pipe with guy wires and lines to attach to the tent. It can come with a burner assembly to burn gas and diesel but I didn't want to go down that road.
More pictures here http://kevtmiller.blogspot.com/2011/12/winter-camping.html