Sorry for the delay, but here is my review as promised. I paid close to $40.00 for this strap, with the intent of having matching accesories. As they promised, the strap does match the case and looks pretty darn good. The leather is very soft and seems like more caution needs to be taken with the strap than the case (but still good quality). The package does not come with directions so it took time to figure out and this was pretty frustrating. The strap does serve double purpose, as a shoulder strap and as a gun-shot strap. You pretty much have to decide which mode you want to use the strap before you leave the house because tiny screws are invloved in the set up and you don't want to lose them and it also takes a lot of time to set up. The major flaw I saw in this whole strap was that the inside of the shoulder pad is nothing but raw leather which can be irritating if wearing a thin shirt. In all it is a nice strap and it does the job and if extended all the way it does reach the hip while in gun-shot mode, but it does have its quirks which may be annoying at times. If you want a starp that looks good and stands out with your case, then this is the strap to get. If you don't like long set ups than you might want to look elsewhere. Durability will be proven with time, it's hard to guess on that. Shoulder strap and clip This is where you separate the strap and can be separated to use as a shoulder strap. Caution that while in gun-shot mode, this connection shown has to be facing towards you backside in order for the camera to slide smoothly from the hip to the shooting position. This is the clip, I'm not sure but I think you might be able to buy just this part alone. This is the inside part of the shoulder pad which can get uncomfortable. This is the gun-shot mode all set up.