What's up? I've read reviews everywhere, I've searched dozens of sites. Still, I cannot find that "exact" bag I'm looking for. I figure, maybe if I just post what I'm looking for, maybe someone will know what will fit those exact needs (perhaps even point me to an obscure but cool company). I'm using the Elefunk from Jansport right now, but the lack of padding on the bottom and etc has me a little scared with the 15" Powerbook in it. I'm looking for a messenger bag. There are certain things I need/want in it. -At least 6" of interior space. -A padded laptop compartment (I'll use that plus a sleeve). -An external water bottle holder. -A handle. -The flap should double as a large pocket for quick access to keys, pens, paper, etc. -On the inside, I'd prefer all pockets to be zipped. Not a big fan of open pockets holding all of my stuff. Also, these pockets/pocket must be able to hold a battery, various cords and cables, a small spindle of cd-rs, a digital camera, a graphing calculator, and headphones. -The backside and bottom should also be well padded. My Jansport has the capacity to hold everything like this, but it lacks the padding and also the strap. I've looked at the Timbuk2 commute bags, but I can't figure out if the flap is also a large pocket. Also, I'm not sold yet on the extra velcro, since I open my bag in class from time to time. I checked the Crumpler bags, but they don't have a strap or a water bottle holder. I'm also switching from a Shinza sleeve to a Booq sleeve. The Boog doesn't seem to be as tall as the Shinza, which is my main gripe about it. Plus, the Booq seems to be better padded. Any suggestions?