Well, in spite of recent stuff going on in my life, I am in major need of retail therapy. I have the money to splurge, so I figure, why not? I saw Tokidoki when I was in New York earlier this year for my birthday (went to a taping of TDS!) but had already spent all my birthday money at the time. Since I live in Vancouver, Canada, it's impossible to walk out the door and physically buy a bag, so I'm planning on using eBay. (unless there is another online vendor that ships to Canada?) Of course, shipping to Canada costs almost as much as the bag itself sometimes. *grumble* I want to treat myself to my first Tokidoki bag, but I'm not sure which style would be best for me. I'm used to wearing a handbag that I can wear over my shoulder tucked under my arm -- I carry my ipod nano in it so I can't have a clutch or else the cord would be stretched hilariously from my ears to my hand... not very stylist! Right now I carry in my purse: - my checkbook wallet - my cell phone (a standard flipphone, not a Razr) - my Nano - a little makeup bag - keys - a paperback book I could easily downsize the makeup part and just toss in a lipgloss and mirror for the road. My favorite print is the Citta Rosa, but everytime I find something I like (that's a good deal, to boot) there's something about it that makes me hesitate. I found on eBay a Bambino (too small), a Bocce (too small), and a Bambinone -- the Bambinone looks like it would be the best choice, but the placement isn't the greatest (front and back are almost identical). Is this normal for the Bambinone style? I've found it on two different bags. Another issue is (of course), the price. I don't mind paying retail just for the convenience of not having to drive 3 hours into Bellingham to hunt around the Macy's there. Is it just the good placement that hikes the price up so sharply from retail? There are a lot of BINs going for much more than the retail and I'm assuming this is why. ...god, reading all that, I am SUCH a newbie. But I do want to start my Tokidoki collection... I'm thinking of getting something of each of my favorite prints!