Ok, I had posted in the "is your bag full" thread that my Maxped Mongo S-Type was full and I was upgrading to a larger messenger bag style. I originally wanted the Vanquest Envoy but couldn't find it in anything other than multicam at the time and went with the Gleneagle as Maxped was blowing them out and pulled the trigger on it. It arrived yesterday and I just got a chance to migrate over to it a few minutes ago and my overall feeling about this bag is "Meh". It's just a huge pocket with two big square pockets on the front with a flap and a shoulder strap. No attachment webbing anywhere, no orginazation, lots of extra shoulder strapping that has no kind of strap keeper on it so the excess strapping just flops around in your way. I'll fix that with some velcro or ranger bands. To keep things sort of in place and organized I have my stuff in two Beefy Organizers, M-2 waistpack, Volta batt pouch, a SpecOps Pack Rat organizer, a Martac Tac-Pad iPad case for my iPad and the rest of my stuff tucked in around them. With all the added weight of the organizers, maybe not a whole lot but extra none the less, it is a pretty hefty load. On a positive note, it does distribute the weight well and sits well on the shoulder. I don't see myself with this bag very long. As soon as I get some time .vs purchase out of it, I will be going for the Vanqust Envoy. It has way better organization features and webbing for some customization....I wish I had held out a little longer. The Gleneagle is a huge disappointment for me and I knew it going in but did it anyway because of the sale. LOL - the gear junkie madness!