Build quality is first rate. It's pretty heavily padded - that can be a good or a bad thing. The wide, padded strap makes it feel VERY light even when jammed with stuff. Despite it's "mini" moniker, it can hold quite a bit of gear. On to the pictures. They were taken with the wife's Panasonic TS-2. I wasn't exactly going for museum exhibition quality here. Closed up The flap is secured with both buckles and serious velcro, but they have ingeniously put a zipper on the flap for "stealth" mode: Empty showing the dividers and padding With all the stuff: Sunglasses, jacket, GF1+20/1.7, note pad, iPad 45-200, 45/2.8, memory cards, camera connector, jumpdrives Passport, business cards, wallet, wifi hotspot, filters, battery, lenspen Back pocket. I keep the lenspen, cards, and batteries back here There is another flat spocket in front, and then the two "slash" pockets on the front of that. Two small zippered compartments in the flap (just big enough for my business card wallet - the filter boxes will fit, but SUPER tight and I'm scared of breaking them) Main pocket loaded so you can see what goes where Ready to go Note even with all this, it's still only about 1/2 full. When I travel, the noise-cancelling headphones, pillow, etc can go in the top half.