Hello fellow EDC Forum'ers. I've come to the realization that many of you have probably already had. There is NO one bag fits all solution. My wallet has come to that realization also. It may simply have been me not wanting to spend so much on bags, so I kept looking for a bag that would do all that I need it to do. An EDC bag for the things I carry around, a bag for biking/day hike, and a bag for camping. I thought I could find an all in one solution. I finally gave up and realized I'll have to pay up for my needs. Here is what I currently have been doing. I have been using the Maxpedition Falcon II for all those things. But it just does not work, there are two many straps and as an EDC bag it screams "tactical/tacticool" therefore it isn't an EDC bag. I have decided to use it as a GHB to stay in my car. I have also decided on an Osprey Escapist 30 as a biking/day hike bag, really neat bag. As for what I am deciding on for an EDC bag, these are the three I am trying to decide between: -5.11 Covrt 18 -Tactical Tailor Urban Operator -Camelbak Urban Assault I know TARFU has experience with all three, if I could ask, which pack is the smallest in size? It's hard to get a realistic comparison based on measurements. Tactical Tailor is currently having a sale and I have contacted them and I would be able to get the Urban Operator with webbing attached to the bottom for under $100 including shipping. So that is quite the deal there. But I keep looking at the Covrt 18 because it seems like it does a better job of internal organization, and the Urban Assault does as well. But the Urban Assault just seems to be much bulkier than the Covrt 18. I have read several reviews and watched many videos, but it would be nice to have some input from those who have owned these bags. Thanks.