Great purse for those who don't like girly purses. No fru-fru, no rummaging around in a satchel. Just enough pockets that I can stash stuff without losing it (none of the "which pocket did I put that in?") Main compartment carries a small Maxpedition pocket with EDC junk, plus a standard sized 3-fold wallet. Nice pocket for pen(s) and small pad of paper inside. Love that it has a couple of zip pockets outside, one for phone (~150 x 74 x 8.5 mm, or 6 x 3 x .4 in) & bluetooth, one for the spare sets of keys I carry. (A big honking' phablet probably wouldn't fit, but the average phone likely will.) I thought the zipper extension on one side might bug me, but it's really not an issue. The magnets are just strong enough and well placed to do the job of keep the bag tucked up in the front, and secured in the (unzipped) pocket at the back. Love that it has zippers instead of flaps; I somehow end up frequently yanking any bag I carry upside down--so flaps are not for me, since it would dump all my stuff in a heartbeat. And love that the foldover flap can be extended to carry something a little extra for a short time. Seems really well made (was impressed with one other Timbuk2 product bought years ago, a Kindle cover, and bought partly on the strength of that). Fabric seems very durable; the few gunky spots I've made have wiped off easily with a moist towel. Strap is really nice & long, and adjustable... but strap is my least favorite part, as the webbing tends to cut into my neck sometimes (a little padding would be nicer, albeit adding to price). However, the bag has detachable strap (which many don't), standard loops on the body; easy enough to attach a different strap.