Great bag, just bought it at Canadian Computer in Oakville. It fits the Macbook great, plus it has lots of little pockets and zippers, a large main compartment for books, magazines, file folders, papers, lube, wet dogs, whatever you like to lug around with you. The inside is a bright orangey-yellow colour so that any small objects you place in it will be sharply contrasted against it, unless you like carrying almost rotten oranges in your laptop bag. In which case, you'll have more problems to worry about than being able to see it... I think it was made to fit 15" PB's or 14" ibooks, but it fits the squat, wide MacBook almost perfectly, with just a little wiggle room for when it gains the "spare tire" in it's middle age years. Oh wait... that's me... Anyway, it feels much more sturdy and reliable than my Bentley small laptop bag I bought out of desperation the day I got my MacBook in Yorkdale. The stitching is solid, the wide and comfortable strap has a removeable shoulder pad, just in case you have to feel the trapezius-wrenching pain of a bare strap. Most bags will often be plagued with bad stitching and construction these days, because it's the labour of actually making the bags that's expensive, not the fabric of the bags. As I said before, the stitching looks quite solid and if I was still in the army, I would have no problems taking this into the field with me. That is, if the army were a bunch of messenger bag carrying fruits... In all seriousness, it's a great bag overall, I just wish there was an external zippered pocket for items you like easy access to like an ipod, cellphone, camera. My baggy cargo pockets will have to make do. If you want pictures, i'll post them. If not, i'm not going to bother.