Speaking for myself I find a floorless tent drier. If the site selection is good any water that is carried into the tent is soaked up by the ground. Also as stated the stove is nice but would burn right though a nylon floor. I find a floorless shelter more livable over a longer period. I can walk into my shelter with the boots on. Dump water right on the ground. Place hot cook pots on the ground without fear of melting any floor. The floorless shelter saves weight too. I need not fear rocks and sticks when setting up a floorless shelter.
Even with a normal tent I pack a ground cloth to protect the floor. Floorless needs no ground cloth but I do add a little tarp in my sleeping area to protect my bag and pad.
For me this system works best. During bug season however I forgo the floorless tent for a traditional tent or tarp/bugbivy combo but more likely the Hennessy Hammock. In the 72-hour BOB the 8x10 tarp and bug bivy works well for summer.
"There's no such thing as bad weather, just inappropriate clothing"
"Do not mess with the forces of Nature, for thou art small and biodegradable!"Best of Woods Walker's posts.