If you live and breath photography, you know that owning one perfect camera bag is impossible. There's the break-your-back huge bag for when you need to take everything, the slim and understated bag for blending in, and then something like this Dakine case for keeping just the essentials safe.
I'm pleased to say that when you only need your body and a lens, this case is about as good as you can ask for. The expandable bottom accommodates larger lenses pretty well; however if you only shoot telephoto, you might want to make sure your particular weapon of choice is going to fit.
The bag should accommodate any standard SLR body, but the big pro bodies with integrated grips probably won't fly in here. That said, the bag holds my D800 with no issues.
The ample carrying options mean that it is pretty easy for me to find something that works with whatever else I need to carry on any given day.
Bottom line: most of the time I can't get away with a bag this small, too much gear to carry. However, anytime I can get away with running minimal equipment, this bag is exactly what I was hoping for. I anticipate using it for many years to come, Dakine products have always held up exceptionally well for me.