Overall a well designed bag. Initially I purchased this bag as a present, but the recipient ended up not wanting it so instead of returning it I adopted it myself. One issue that the intended recipient had was it looked too rugged for their taste. I can agree that the bag does have a sort of sophisticated rugged look, but that's actually one of my favorite things about it. It's refined enough where it'll mesh with a business look in downtown jumping around office buildings and cubicles, but also rugged enough that it won't look out of place if you decided on taking it out for a weekend hike. Since adopting it, I've mostly just been using it as a man-purse for all my stuff that I don't want in my pants like my main wallet (I have a second one I carry on me), first aid stuff, napkins, and misc paperwork. I've had the pleasure of accidentally getting caught in a downpour of rain one day and when I got to a dry area I checked my stuff and everything was perfectly dry. The only small issues I have with the bag is it's a lot stiffer than I originally had thought it'd be, especially around the zipper corners. Granted it's a brand new bag, i just kinda ignore it and hope in time it'll soften up a bit so zipping it around the corners aren't as much a hassle. And that when I walk around with it the weight sorta rotates the whole pack and brings it lower on my back with the front clip part closer to my neck. It's not that noticeable but I prefer to have my bags resting higher either on my shoulder blades or slightly under them, rather than right by my armpit. If the bag had a signature seat belt buckle instead of its provided plastic clip I think it would be absolutely perfect with the rotation issue. The front clip weight would add a little more to its overall weight, but I think it would keep it right where I want it. But like I said, overall I think the bag is a well designed bag. I would buy it again.