On Dec. 23, 2011 we found our five-month-old son dead in his PeaPod Plus Portable Children's Travel Bed (Model P201). He was rolled three-quarters of the way onto his belly, face down and with his weight pressing him into in the non-breathable plastic sidingof the travel crib. As per manufacturer's instructions, we had not zippered the travel bed shut, so his legs were hanging out of the "door" of the travel bed. He may have suffocated, or he may have rolled there after/as he died from SIDS, or another cause. Regardless, though, I do not believe that this tent should be marketed as safe for infants. It is advertised as breathable, yet the area where a baby would put his face is wind-resistant and fire-resistant (according to a company spokesman who spoke with one of our friends after the incident), and is not breathable. In addition, the tent is malleable, and a baby can roll into the siding, molding his face and body into the non-breathable areas in a way that would not be possible in the more rigid siding of a [playpen].