Those bags aren't around as much here in Germany as I'd imagine them to be in the states and so far I've never seen one in the real world. After pretty much randomly finding them on the web, I have to say I do like their looks, but I'm a bit concerned about practicability. So if there's an owner of one of those around, what are your thoughts about these points: Accessibility: How fast is it to get to your stuff? Are they practical for a small set of photo equipment - say a mu43 body, two or three lenses and a minimal tripod or gorillapod? Do you you use some kind of insert for the camera and lenses? Would you recommend a specific insert? Are really as downpour proof as everbody claims? Ever used one on a motorbike? How do you recon they'll behave at higher speeds? (I realize it's probably a none-issue for most people, but it doesn't hurt to ask) I pretty much would like a bag for - but not limited to - photo equipment, that looks cool but inconspicuous (and not like a camera bag at all), that I can carry around all day long and use on the motorbike in good and bad weather. The thing that draws me to the chrome is their cut or layout. While most messenger bags are pretty much cut symmetrically, the chrome cut should make sure the bag stays high on your shoulder. I guess that would mean they fit pretty tight and won't flap around as much even when used on a motorcycle. Cheers!