Hi folks, this is my first post! After owning a Performa 630 many years ago and subsequently getting a job as a Windows SysAdmin (no flames please!! ;-) ), now that I can run XP on a Mac (and with the prices coming down etc), I'm going to buy a 17" MacBook Pro in a couple of months (waiting for any hardware refresh that will hopefully happen in June but if it doesn't, I'll still buy it then). Given that it's such a lot of money to spend on this myself, I want to make sure I keep it safe and in good condition. I'll use it as a personal tool but also to help fix friends' PCs and Macs. I may also use it in my job. With that in mind, what I'm looking for is (ideally) a laptop case or bag that has a tight-fitting pocket or pouch for the MBP itself plus room for other kit like an external floppy, possibly and external HDD (I have an Icy Box external HDD with pretty much everything on it.), plus space for random CDs/DVDs, leads, cables, a couple of power supplies etc etc. - everything I'll need when going to fix a computer. I've looked at a few bags but they're all geared to the business user, *not* a SysAdmin. I'd really appreciate any ideas or suggestions from you all if you know of a good bag to get. Could be backpack-style as well as briefcase-style. Also, (sorry for the long post!) I would think about a sleeve or tight-fitting case for the MBP which could then be placed inside the other bag. Mainly, the bag needs plenty of good-sized pockets etc. Thanks in advance for any help you can give me!