Lately, I've been growing rather tired of my current bag (a squarish backpack originally designed for carrying foam-lined miniature cases) and have been going over the options available for carrying stuff around.
I'm looking for a bag which is large enough to carry dead hookers, while usuable enough for daily transport and grocery-getting. While not a bike messenger, I do find myself regularly (multiple times a week) carrying large quantites of packages and envelopes to the local FedEx or USPS, and would like to use the same bag for both pack-muling and carrying a change of clothes and laptop on my work commute.
Now, I have looked at dozens of manufacturers and tons of different bag designs, and while I've seen stuff I really like (PAC Designs stuff looks awesome... and awesomely expensive), I think I've narrowed it down to these two...
MissionWorkshop: The Shed
Both bags are pretty massive, have comfortable-looking strap systems, and come with lifetime warranties, but the question is... which one? Hopefully, someone here has used/tried both and can help me make my decision.
If there's another bag that seems to fit what I'm looking for, and you think I may have overlooked it, let me know! Especially if it's cheap!