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    OK,Now I am pretty certain I will not be buying this no matter how nice it turns out!

    That is just not right!

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    Darcy - the teaser preview video is wonderful! Dan is charming, and I think I want a brain bag now too!
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    Okay, I have no opinion whatsoever about the camera stuff... but OMG the Brain Bag is HUGE! I had no idea it was that big until this video. I could pack for a month in that thing! (And then be unable to carry it...)
    Last edited by WhiteStar; 03-27-2012 at 04:39 PM.
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    Hi Walker,

    Actually, I was referring to the mini from Courierware, though I don't think I saw it named in another thread. I contemplated one of their bags--which are quite visible here in the Boston area--but decided on the Co-Pilot because I wanted access via a zipper on top. It's great to know that the mini-insert works so well in both the Co-Pilot and the PCSB. I saw the Billingham one too, but it really isn't available and that flap would be annoying; Domke has one that would work in the Co-Pilot but might be a tad too tall for the PCSB. Sounds like an order with Courierware is the way to go. Especially now that the trailer for the TB insert seems to prove that it's for the big guys.

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    I have the BBB-T bag made by Courierware - purchased before their insert became avilable. I like the BBB-T, too. Great as shooting bag. Different bags for different use

    I keep hoping that TB will roll out a smaller version of the camera insert for the micro 4/3. Of course, I am also still waiting for the smaller version of the Brain Bag. YUP- the Brain Bag is awesome, but it is BIG! It occupies a soft spot in my heart. It was my first TB bag - purchased almost 15 years ago. My brother now has that bag - he uses it to haul laptops and other equiment. The bag still looked awesome last time I saw it.

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    Just tweeted a couple hours ago:


    Tomorrow: we officially introduce the new Camera I-O bag and Tripod-Lighting Kit Quivers. Videos, photos + they're ready to ship.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WhiteStar View Post
    Okay, I have no opinion whatsoever about the camera stuff... but OMG the Brain Bag is HUGE! I had no idea it was that big until this video. I could pack for a month in that thing! (And then be unable to carry it...)
    No it is so well designed that he can be carried nicely, even when full, and...

    The owner has a very serious cold.

    The owner has to run to the gate because she went the wrong way in a linear airport or has to run to catch a shuttle because her appointment is at a campus that has satellite locations and she stopped at the wrong one.

    After a long car trip, she had to carry to 2 fully loaded BB along with a Swift as well as a Small and Large Cafe Bag, in one trip from the car to hotel room on the other side of the building, on an empty stomach.

    Ask me how I know.


    None of my anecdotes are picture pretty, but the Brain Bag is a champion, no doubt about it.
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    Tripod-Lighting Kit Quivers
    Now THIS sounds interesting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by deltagorno View Post
    Now THIS sounds interesting.
    They do look quite interesting. Who else is ready for the big release?

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    It looks like the blog has been updated with the Camera Insert release!

    Black/Steel/Wasabi Super Ego, Cardinal/Steel 15"/13" Cadet, Cardinal/Steel Aeronaut, Olive/Cayenne 13" Ristretto, Camera Insert/Outsert, Horizontal Freudian Slip, 13" MBA Cache, Brain Cell for 13" Macbook, Steel Snake Charmer, FoT/FoJ pouch, Organizer Wallet, and more organizer pouches than I can shake a stick at.

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    Introducing the Camera I-O and Tripod-Lighting Kit Quivers
    (both are in-stock and ready to ship)

    Current Carry: Skookum Dog Citizen Canine prototype, Founder's Briefcase (every day carry), Small Cafe Bag (every day carry), Shop Bags (groceries, extra random stuff), Aeronaut 45 (travel), Synapse 19 (day hikes), Smart Alec (longer day hikes), Skookum Dog Road Duffel (Medium) (travel), Clear Organizer Wallet, Travel Stuff Sacks, Organizer Cubes

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    Can't wait to meet the Camera I/O and Quiver!

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    Hey, I know Dan Bihn! Through Colorado solar connections. Never knew that he was connected to Tom. Small world!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TavaPeak View Post
    Hey, I know Dan Bihn! Through Colorado solar connections. Never knew that he was connected to Tom. Small world!
    TavaPeak, Any chance you also know Lorrie and/or John McAllister?
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    Quote Originally Posted by WhiteStar View Post
    TavaPeak, Any chance you also know Lorrie and/or John McAllister?
    WhiteStar, I don't think so...but I'm really bad with names. I haven't been active with CRES for a while. But I do remember my husband and I having dinner with Dan at an ASES conference in San Diego. On a pirate ship, with a Johnny Depp impersonator. I don't remember if Dan was carrying his Brain Bag. ;-)

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