I'm having a terrible problem finding a bag I'm happy with. I'm currently using a small National Geographic bag...it's nice, but the back pocket isn't big enough for my brand-new Kindle, and it hurts my shoulder after an hour or so. Every shoulder bag I've tried so far hurts my shoulder after an hour or so. The ThinkTank UD20 and the Crumpler 5 MDH are still on my maybe list, but I don't think either of those can hold a Kindle either. I'm maybe possibly considering the Billingham Hedley small, but I'm not sure I can justify spending that kind of money on a shoulder bag. I think I need a backpack. My needs: 1) Hold my potential kit. GH1 with 14-140 attached, Olympus 70-300 (or Panasonic 100-300...I'll be first on the pre-order list), Olympus micro 9-18, Panasonic 20 pancake, I'll probably get an Olympus 50mm macro or similar. A few assorted filters, batteries, SD cards, etc. And the Kindle in a case. You guys think this is a big kit. Everyone else in the photography world thinks it's a small kit. 2) For a backpack, have some sort of tripod provision that won't cause me to back into anyone when I wear it on the subway. This has been a problem with every backpack I've ever tried. My tripod is a Manfrotto 055CX3, but it's way overkill for mFT and I'm willing to get something smaller. This could be either an external tripod strap, or some combo of tripod and bag where the tripod fits in the bag. 3) Not scream "HI IM CARRYING $2000 WORTH OF CAMERA GEAR" 4) I'd rather keep the price at or below $150, but I can go higher if I really need to. I spent two hours in B&H today and came up empty-handed. Anyone have any ideas??