It's on the way from the maker, so I haven't actually put my hands on it (that's in a week or so), but here's a pic: The major points....it's bigger than most single compartment bags. For example, a similar Linea bag measures approx 8" wide, 10" tall, and 44" long...kinda tough sometimes to get a weapon in there if you have a French grip...you only have about an inch to play with...and that's usually taken up by a mask. The new H.O.M. bag (haven't decided on the name yet, but I'm leaning towards the 4Cube) is a full 12" wide, 12" tall, and 48" long....4 cubic feet of space (hence the possible name). That should mean a LOT more ease getting gear in and out, not to mention room for more stuff. There are no interior pockets (didn't want anything getting in the way), but the 2 outside side pockets are 12"x 16"...the original design called for an expansion to 8" deep, but I'll have to measure that when it arrives. There are also pockets on each end of the bag that could obviously be used for stuff (my guess is the available room is 11" x 11", considering the stitching), but ALSO holds the possibility of holding a properly sized plate of something rigid to keep blades from poking out the ends. I'll have to play with that a bit. The single shoulder strap if something I need to look at. My design actually called for 2 straps next to the side pockets (similar to the side handles on a Linea)...I could probably have those added on, however. My only concern with the strap is the bag does NOT have a rigid base....both to hold the weight down and to allow for ease of storage/shipment. The long strap may make it sag in the middle a bit more than I would like, where the handles next to the pockets would keep that from happening. I have not seen the material, so I have no idea how durable it will be...same for the strap (although I certainly made it clear to the maker that I wanted good quality materials that wouldn't rip if you looked at it). Retail price TBD. After I evaluate it, I'll start thinking of a way to inexpensively convert it into a wheelbag....for now, tho, I finally might have my own bag design out!