Prtotection well-worth the price
This bag is a good alternative to a backpack for photographers who want to carry more than one lens, or accessories. The construction is very sturdy all around, and the carrying strap is sturdy, comfortably padded and long enough to go over one shoulder or over neck and shoulder for security. Though it is roomy, it doesn't feel bulky. The top unzips away from the body for easy access to the main compartment. This inner compartment is well padded, and the adjustable velcro partitions allow for a variety of configurations. The interior is deep enough to accept a Pentax K-5 with a 55-300mm lens, and wide enough to hold several more lenses. In fact, the padded velcro partitions be position to squeeze two K-5s with lenses in to the main compartment. The main compartment has a small mesh zipper compartment. The flap covers an inner accessory pocket where the rain cover is attached by a velcro lanyard, the rain cover is adequate, but I wish the cover was in its own separate pocket, it is slightly bulky unless folded perfectly flat, and takes up space a user might have other needs for, or might not want to have a wet cover stuffed into next to sensitive photo accessories. The flap also has an outer pocket with a key-fob lanyard, and separate pen holder or notebook sleeves. Both pockets are not very deep, but adequate. The iPad/tablet compartment is padded, and holds a tablet and USB cable with ease. This pocket is next to the body so it provides a bit more security.
Pros: Well designed overall, well padded, and configurable for a wide range of bodies, lenses and accessories.
Cons: Rain cover is not integrated into bag in its own pocket as it would be on a Lowe case, so it takes up space in the main accessory pocket. It does not completely cover the bag by overlapping itself, so precipitation could possibly get onto zippers or seams if owner is not careful.