I am the proud owner of a new 17" MBP, but have yet to actually do anything portable with it as I have yet to find a suitable bag for a reasonable price. Having perused many MR threads and the Apple store online, I decided that I quite like the design of the Incase bags, and what with lectures finishing early today, I headed into central London to the Regent Street Apple Store in order to see one of these elusive bags with my own eyes. What I found once I got there was the reasonably priced Incase Compact Backpack for £50 which is unfortunately too small to take a 17" MBP. Despite this, there was indeed the larger Incase Nylon Backpack available, but at a hugely inflated price. £90 is the price for this one. An additional £10 or £15, hell, maybe even £20 could be understandable for the extra space, but £40!? Seriously Apple, an 80% price hike for a slightly larger bag? According to the store employees, this price is set by Incase. I don't believe it is. You see, direct from Apple in the USA, the Compact Backpack retails for $80 which is currently equivalent to £50 - the same price Apple is asking in the UK. However, in the USA, the larger Nylon Backpack retails for $100 - equivalent to £60. Why is Apple charging the UK £30/$45 more? I've already handed over a lot of money for my MBP and now Apple wants to overcharge me for something extra? Rant aside, does anybody know of anywhere in the UK I can find an Incase bag or something of equivalent quality for a price which isn't utterly absurd?