I'm a casual photographer who uses a combination of Nikon DSLR w/kit lens, Olympus Tough point-and-shoot, and an iPhone 7+. I take most of my shots while biking around the DC area. All of my gear is chosen based on fast access so I can shoot quickly and cover a lot of ground. Even my bike mount for my phone is designed for speedy access (QuadLock).I strongly debated with myself before ordering this $30 bag. The size and features seemed right, but would it hold up? Should I go with the name brand Lowepro Slingshot 102 for $75? Or the updated Lowepro Slingshot Edge 150 AW for $80?Outcome: I ordered the AmazonBasics bag because it was available for 1-day delivery and I needed it right away. Truthfully, I admit I was having a twinge of buyer's remorse immediately after hitting the purchase button. I kept going back and reading reviews of the Slingshot 102. However, upon receiving it and putting it into action the next day, I can say I made the right decision. Very happy with this little bag!Pros: It's a very nice knockoff of the Slingshot 102. It only lacks the contrasting gray panels (cosmetic) and the Lowepro logo. Functionally it seems identical even down to the integrated hidden rain cover. All of my usual gear fit comfortably without the need to overstuff.Cons: Wish it still had the blaze orange interior of previous versions, and wish the front pocket with side bellows was just a little bit deeper. Neither are deal breakers, especially the space comment. After all, this is designed as a grab-and-go bag.Comfort: I wore it for over 5 hours at a photowalk on a steamy morning. The straps never caused any binding or pinching. The system worked as advertised every time I dipped into the main storage area. A simple clip release and pivot and I was into my gear. Since then I have shortened the main strap slightly and it feels even better. The padding on the side against your back is surprisingly generous. This is especially advantageous if you wear this bag while biking when more of the weight of the bag will be borne by your back.Speaking of biking, the day after the photowalk I took out my DSLR and the padded dividers and used that space to pack a light jacket on a 15-mile ride. I had plenty of room to spare and may have been able to fit the camera back in there if I chose to, just without the padded Velcro dividers. I haven't tried packing a regular tripod yet. I use a mini Manfrotto Pixie with a cellphone clip and it fits perfectly in the side pocket.This is a light, sturdy, versatile bag that also scores style points. I am going to put a lot of miles on this one.