Having recently purged my handbag collection of extraneous bags, I now can honestly say I only own what I consider well behaved bags. Bags I don't have to baby, that effortlessly transition from day to night, and comfortably ride shotgun on the passenger seat of my battered van. They don't topple over when I set them down, accommodate everything I deem necessary, and stow easily in a file cabinet when I'm at work. Now that I'm no longer on high alert every time I use one of my bags, I find I enjoy them more. And, as is so often the case, enjoying them more allows me to use them more. No longer do they languish in their dust bags waiting for that mythical special occasion hosted in a hermetically sealed bubble. So now the question. What do you consider a well behaved bag?