My wife and I recently returned from a two-week honeymoon in the Yucatan and Belize. We decided we didn't want to check any luggage (had to make a connection in Mexico City), so we each took an Aeronaut and a smaller "handbag" (I had a small, lightweight backpack from REI; she had a shoulder bag from Tough Traveler). I'd always tended to overpack in the past, but after reading advice from both Doug Dyment and One Bag, One World (such as washing clothes a couple times while you're gone), I was convinced that traveling light was the way to go. Since we had four major stops on our 2-week trip (Merida and Tulum in Mexico, San Ignacio and Caye Caulker in Belize), I figured the less we had to cart around, the better. The great thing is that you can get an amazing amount of stuff in an Aeronaut and still not feel like you're carrying an unmanageable bag (the backpack option really helps in this respect). My wife was able to get 65 items in her Aeronaut (a new record, perhaps?), including 21 blouses/t-shirts, 4 long skirts, 3 summer dresses, 4 pairs of shorts, 2 prs of shoes, 2 prs of sandals, 2 bathing suits, and lots more. Here's a shot of her and our Aeronauts at the bus depot in San Ignacio.
It was an awesome trip, and our Tom Bihn bags made it a smooth one. Now if Tom can just make a small lightweight daypack to replace the serviceable but not very well constructed one we got at REI.