Summary: I bought this bag as an upgrade from a small camera-only bag I had. This bag is of good quality, has some handly little zip pockets - has more than ample space for my D40, spare lens, & filters. The color is great too. Price was a big seller too. Thanks Overstock!
Summary: I use this bag with my Pentax K200D with an attached Sigma 24-60mm f/2.8 standard zoom (which has a big 77mm filter size). I also fit a Pentax 75-300mm FAJ telephoto zoom and a Pentax 10-17mm DA fisheye. Everything fits snuggly but comfortably. I have the all black one and I like it's discrete looks. That being said, camera bags like these are function over form. Aside from the "blah" styling, i find this bag very useful and great on vacations.
Pros: Build quality, attention to detail, toughness
Cons: Styling (blah, like most camera bags), plastic shoulder belt hooks
Summary: [...] I'm really gald I got it. Enough room for my Rebel XTI, 2 lenses, cables and etc. The only thing is that you need to figure out yourself how to use the space inside once there no pictures or suggestions.
Summary: I had this bag only briefly. Don't believe the marketing materials about it's capacity. I found that I could not fit anything else in the bag with my Canon Digital Rebel with 18-55mm kit lens. It's really an either/or situation. One camera with attached lens or body plus 2 lenses. Not both. That said, the size was otherwise great and if you have a smaller camera or smaller lenses it would probably work great.
Summary: I have the original Nova 2 bag, purchased 3 years ago, before the AW model was available. I found it ideal for carrying my Olympus 740UZ (large point and shoot), plus table top tripod, cables, blower brush, batteries, memory cards and a small version of the manual. There are lots of pockets to protect and separate the various items I've put in the bag. I've taken the bag on walks, cycling, thrown it in the car and on planes.
Pros: Good construction, lots of pockets, nicely padded.