I just got my Courierware Incognito bag, and boy am I happy! I based it on the Mini bag size (9" tall, 10.5" long, 3.5" deep) since I wanted a small bag to use in town. Front: I had the bag built with plastic clips only, because I didn't want to hear velcro tearing and the metal clips are a bit flashy. There's no external branding at all. I had the optional carry handle installed. Rear: I had Eric build the bag with no external back pocket, since I wanted the lines to be as clean as possible. Under the flap: There are two front pockets, and I chose the zipper closure so that the contents are secured. It's a single zipper with dual pulls. You can also see the Courierware logo tag. Back interior: I chose the back interior pocket with velcro closure. It looks big enough for a 10" tablet, although I'm hoping for a Nexus 7 to be announced in a couple days :smile: Front interior: There are two pockets in the front, as well as a carabiner for keys, Pixel Pocket Rocket, Fishbomb, etc. Camera insert: The camera insert is removable, and is about 5.5" tall. It usually comes with one vertical divider, but I ordered a second. Another custom feature- Eric made me horizontal dividers, which I'll show in use later. Height reference: Here's the 12-50, 9-18 and 40-150 lenses to give you an idea of the height of the insert. Horizontal divider: Here's a lens in the insert, with a divider in place sticking up. It's the same fabric as the vertical divider with no padding and velcro on one side only. Horizontal divider in use: Now I've folded the divider down over the bottom lens, and can stack another lens on top. Loaded: Here's the insert in the bag, with my E-M5 in a lens wrap on top. The body has the landscape grip installed. Profile: This is the bag loaded with: EM-5 with landscape grip O12-50 with hood PL25 with hood P14 O9-18 O40-50 E-M5 flash in front exterior pocket Th main thing I was looking for was a low profile bag (both literally and figuratively) and this guy delivers. It's nice to be able to carry my complete kit in a bag this small; I need to figure out a pack that includes other bits like the portrait grip, rocket blower, etc. For a minimal two lens pack I could use a single vertical divider, with the lenses stacked and the body in the insert. The front interior pockets are big enough to hold lenses, so I may even be able to use it Domke-style without the insert at all. While there are many other small bags out there, I really liked being able to talk with the manufacturer and ask for custom bits- Eric's answer was always "No problem." Turnaround was very quick- I ordered the bag on the 19th and received it on the 25th. I think I may have finally found my perfect bag!