I'm always trying to find better ways to carry my DSLR. I've been through many straps and I always end up using my Black Rapid straps but the only thing I really dislike about the Black Rapid straps is how it causes the camera to flop around when walking and constantly banging on my side. Its just not that comfortable after while. I tried Op/Tech straps but didn't like carrying it on my shoulder or neck, just was too uncomfortable. Everytime I research straps I end up checking out the Peak Design Slide but I usually look away because it just looks like a seatbelt. But I really like how versatile it is. Check out the photos (and the strap itself) here: Slide I actually bought some attachments for one of my Op/Tech straps to be able to do this (sort of) to try it out and I like how it stays stable and it doesn't move around. The hand grip on the camera is also free from strap, so nothing in the way like the BR straps. The only downside is that it uses a Arca swiss plate to connect the other anchor which is nice in theory if you have a arca swiss compatible tripod and I unfortunately do not, I'd have to change the head on my tripod to a compatible one and those are quite expensive. I'm just wondering if anyone here at TPF have bought this Peak Design Slide strap because I'd like to hear your thoughts and if it's worth it.