I'm about to hit the "Buy" button on B&H for a Canon 70-200 mm f/2.8L IS lens, but before I do, I need to get a new camera bag to go with it. My current Lowepro (no idea what model) holds my 1 body, 2 lenses, a flash, and some accessories. Not large enough given my current equipment list. I have (or will very soon): - Canon 350D (Rebel XT) - 35 mm f/1.4L - 70-200 mm f/2.8L IS - 430EX flash - 1-2 additional lenses depending on what I think I'll need (e.g., the kit 18-55 mm and/or the 70-300 mm Quantaray ... the 600-1000 mm won't fit in the case I'm thinking of anyway) - tripod (but I'm willing to carry that separately) - various filters, memory cards, batteries, remote, manual, etc. I would also like this bag to have room to grow. Like I also have a small video camera I may want to put in it at times. And next year I plan on buying the Canon 24-70 mm f/2.8L lens. And around 2011 I plan on buying the 5D's successor, but will want to probably pack both bodies (one as a backup or for shooting multiple things at once, like at the telescope). I have had good experience with and I've heard good things about Lowepro. I also don't want a backpack, but rather a shoulder side bag. Originally, I was thinking of going with the Lowepro Magnum AW, but that's a l'il more than my budget at the moment and I think would be room to grow through 2050. So I've been looking at the Nova 5 AW. It seems to have good reviews, and folks on this forum seem to like the Nova 4 and 5 (yes, I actually SEARCHED!). It's also more in my price range (with the nice rebate on the 70-200 mm f/2.8L IS, it's like getting the bag for free ). The only reason I haven't hit Buy yet is that I wanted to first check with you folks to see if you think that bag will actually work for me, with the 1-2 bodies, 3-4 lenses, flash, and accessories. It's listed as "2 SLR bodies with attached lenses, 4-5 additional lenses, a flash and accessories" on B&H, but my tent is listed as a 3-person tent and I wouldn't want more than 2 in there.