When I got home today, there was a friggin' huge box on my front steps. Friggin' huge...as in 47.5 x 15 x 12.5! Amidst the bagged air, there was my Slimbag. I took it out and my Driskill fit in in like a glove. This is really more a soft case than a gig bag. It has great padding all around as well as that nifty internal neck support. There are nice little details like feet that keep the bag's nylon exterior from touching the ground (and protecting the strap button) when the bag is resting on end. I have no doubt that it will offer great protection to my babies as I schlep 'em around town. The "raincoat" is a nice feature but one that I'll probably never use. I suspect it's handy for urbanites who do more than carry their gear from the parking lot into the building. The closet hook is another case (no pun intended) of hyper-engineering. It's heavy enough that it could probably support my significant weight. The backpack straps are very nice. They're comfy and balance the weight of the bag well on my back. The part of the bag that rests against your back when slung has vented pads just like a proper backpack. If you're just slinging one strap over your shoulder, you'll appreciate the fact that one side has a non-slip rubber coating. In addition to the backpack straps, it has a handle on the side like most gig bags and another behind the guitar's neck that is handy when the bag is on end. The bag has three zippered compartments. One small one, a medium one, and a large one (funny how that works out). The small one is the new home to my earplugs, Driskill trem bar, and picks. The medium one is the perfect size for a coiled 18' cable. The large compartment is...well...disappointing. It's fairly roomy but doesn't open as wide as I'd like. It's chock full of pockets (four to be exact) but since it doesn't open very wide, putting stuff in those pockets is kind of like stuffing envelopes within a larger envelope. Overall, I'd give it a 9/10. Only the pocket access issue keeps me from finding it flawless. It contains all my regular gig bag goodies (plugs, picks, trem bar, cable, tuner, notebook, spare strings) while providing unrivaled protection. Is it worth $150 (shipped)? Since I hate carrying hard cases (I love gig bags with backpack straps) and its primary payload set me back 20 times that, in my case the answer is "yes". Your mileage may vary but you'd be getting a premium product for that premium price.