I have recently purchased a Domke F10 bag. Once I received it, it was a little smaller than expected, but it is very well made and I can see this bag lasting for years. I went for the olive green version and to be honest, it looks like a haversack you can buy cheaply at an army surplus store and not like a camera bag. I like the way it looks. It comes with three handles, the gripper shoulder strap, a detachable handle and a top carry handle. There is an open pocket at the rear, good for visiting guides etc. A zipped pock inside the flap, main compartment with two diveders and alarge zipped front pocket. The flap is secured by the noisy velcro and a steel snap hook. So, what can it hold? Well this little lot. From left to right back row there is the Panasonic 100-300mm lens, Canon FD50 c/w lens hood & M4/3 adaptor, Olympus 45mm lens, Panasonic 14mm2/5 lens in pouch, Panasonic GF1 with leather half case, Panasonic EVF in case, Nissin Speedlite flash. Front row, Rocket blower, battery charger, Invalometer, UV filter, Polarizing filter, 46mm RF lens hood, Spare battery, 2x SD cards, Raynox 250 Macro converter, ND filter and camera manual. The manual fits in the back pocket. The filters, SD cards and spare battery in zipped pocket under the flap. The lenses, camera, evf & the RF lens hood in the main compartment. Everything else in the zipped front pocket. Everything fits in nicely. 99% of the time, I will be carrying the :43: lenses, camera, filters, SD cards and battery. The front pocket would be free to carry keys, wallet, cell phone etc. As others have reported, the bag molds itself to your body and you don't notice the weight of it. It's a very comfortable bag to wear. The gripper strap works, the steel clip a little fiddly and the velcro is loud. For me it is nearly perfect and it's a keeper and my wife likes it so much she wants, she wants the F5XB as a handbag .