For over a year I would either carry all of my Micro43 gear in one small bag (Crumpler 3 Million Dollar Home) or on a shoulder strap with extra lenses in my pockets. That's because I typically only carried the OM-D E-M5 plus the 14m, 25m and 45m, with sometimes the 75m in the mix. Since getting the Pany 35-100 (which I love), my life has gotten a lot more complex. First, I started using my old Crumpler 4 Million Dollar home that I had from my Nikon D90 days. While that bag could fit the Pany 35-100, plus all the rest, it required me to reverse the lens hood before putting it away. This was not a problem when storing it, but when out shooting with a bag and wrist strap (as opposed to shoulder strap), this was a real pain when I wanted to put the camera and lens away between shots. Recently bought the Retrospective 7, which is plenty deep enough to keep the hood on the 35-100. I can also take all the above equipment plus the Pany 100-300 if needed. However, now I feel like I am carrying way too much and the Retro 7 feels huge when out and about for the day. As much as I love the 35-100 (especially for events with my kids where I was constantly swapping lenses before), I feel like my overall kit is getting too big. Do those of you with a Retro 7 use it as your day-to-day carry bag while out shooting, or is it more of a storage bag that is only used when you need a lot of equipment or to store the lenses you are not going to carry when out on a shoot? Probably giving this way too much thought, but interested in how much others carry and if they think the 7 is a bit big for such a small camera.