I feel for you
I was milliseconds away from cutting that bloomin' webbing myself as I was struggling with it. Also when I put the side poles up I bent one lot; complained; and got a second lot for free from Kampa.
I only put the thing up twice but threading it onto the canopy rail was knackering despite using silicone spray. I had to pop the canopy out of its rail to get the thing threaded in the end however the side strain on the canopy worried me plus it wouldn't rehouse without a prod from the wind out pole.
I'm glad I didn't cut the webbing as they took it back. We stayed with Kampa and bought their Travel Pod Midi Air Tall which is a drive away model. Still an air model which threads onto your canopy via some kadar strip and figure of 8's.
This I can put up in less than 15 mins on a good day ; all on my own. The longest part is deciding on how many pegs you want to put in and doing the pegging
Taking down is just as quick if not quicker.
Great piece of kit and we are happy with it. Useful in the UK spring through to autumn for sitting in (and winter for storing stuff - wellies etc). We didn't take it to warmer climes in the summer so only used our canopy and Lillypad screens there (Italian Lakes). Not too heavy nor too large to pack...
2 tips if you go the Kampa driveway option route...
1) Buy a bag of elastic bands for all the awning straps. There are loads of them. I wind each up as I pack up and pop a 'lacky band on each so it stops the spaghetti when I next use the awning
1) I bought an oversize bag from Kampa for £20 delivered. In my experience trying to get the thing back into the bag they provide ...including the pump and other bits, is nigh on impossible. I keep the awning in the oversize bag which has adjustable straps to make it smaller/tighter; and the pump et al in the original bag the thing came with.
When I contacted Kampa to take it back they refused but I just took it to the caravan dealer shop where we got it and complained and they did the biz. My main complaint was the hitting of the central spar with the hab door rather than its other issues but either way it worked.
NB The drive away model was much cheaper too so we got a cheeky little refund as well