Summary: Before buying, be sure to measure out the dimensions. It's smaller than you think, and the product description of how many camera bodies, lenses, and accessories it can hold is a little misleading--it assumes the smallest versions of each. There isn't a whole lot of padding in this thing, so you can't be took reckless with it.
Pros: Comfortable, Easily Accessible Equipment, Great Design, Strong Construction
Summary: This was my first serious camera bag. I use it to transport my gear sometimes for work & travel, but mostly to take personal pictures. It is roomy and not too bulky for a woman. Discreet with no large lettering. Comfortable handle. I invested in an extra shoulder pad and I am happy that I did. However, bag does not have much protective padding for my camera equipment.
Pros: Easily Accessible Equipment, Strong Construction
Summary: Of all Domke bags, the F-3X is probably the best for carrying a full (or nearly so) system in a size which permits easy movement in a crowd without sacrificing equipment accessibility. A tight fit for modern AF and digital SLRs and their lenses, it's the perfect size for a manual SLR with a decent spectrum of lenses, and cavernous for a rangefinder system.