http://www.warehouseexpress.com/index.cfm?photo/crumpler/intro.html?cd=20051510 I have been looking to buying this for a while since buying a new camera. It arrived this morning and I am very disappointed with it. Good Points: - Good Build Quality. With its ripstop lining it will certainly last a long time and take a few beatings[/b]. - Water proof/resistant. - Carries Notebook computer. Very convenient for digital photographers on the go. Negative Points: - Bad design in general. The structure of the bag is such that the back of it angles towards the top of the bag. This means if you want to put lenses etc in the top sections of the bag, there is very little space. http://www.rollingedits.com/pic_uploads/DSC_0412.JPG - Minimal Space. With a lot of readjustments I managed to squeeze my D70s with 70-200 lens attached in but these readjustments meant I could only fit 2 lenses and a flash in as well. I also had to remove the accessories zip up bag that sticks to the top section. http://www.rollingedits.com/pic_uploads/DSC_0411.JPG (F80 Body, detached 70-200, 24mm, 15mm Fisheye, flash cord, vivitar flash. - Misinformation? Crumpler states on their website it can hold "2 bodies and 5 Lenses". If your bodies are 2 Canon IXUS's then no problem but good look squeezing just one pro sized body in like a 1DS or D2X let alone 2. - Misguiding size. The external dimensions of the bag are huge yet the internal is tiny in comparison but I think without the angle on the case that holds the camera gear, the bag would work well. I am very frustrated after having spent over £100 on this. I was hoping to have a good bag for a festival I am photographing tomorrow so now I'm rushing around trying to get a Lowepro computrekker on next day delivery! My advice, spend a few more (and sometimes less!) quid and get a Lowepro.