It would seem that the cliche terms most use for our EDC bags such as "bug out bag" and "go bag" have become pretty mainstream and very popular. I know that many of us have multiple bags used for many different purposes. I submit the P.E.R.K., P.E.R.K.= Personal Emergency Resource Kit. I don't plan to bug out nor do I plan to go anywhere. This is my family's plan. I do have these types of bags in the event we do have to move, but they are not for EDC. I needed to find a way to essentially put all the items I needed into a bag that was small enough to transfer from here to there, yet also have enough room to include all my EDC gear. Now, what goes into your P.E.R.K. bag is totally up to your needs and desires. The PERK bag is an easy sell for those of us who may have significant others, spouses, and family members who we'd like to see be more prepared for ANYTHING, but are reluctant to jump on the "bug out" or "go" bandwagon due to the idea that it's only for leaving everything they/we love. My wife, for example, didn't like the idea of a "bug out bag." However, when I discovered the PERK bag, it was an easy sell. She now carries one on her person and in her car. My kids have their own P.E.R.K. bags too!! Just a thought.