I wonder if anybody has a secret fondness for good old-fashioned tooled leather? I've long had a liking for this kind of thick durable leather, but always stopped myself buying any tooled bags because they were always so ... heavy. And generally unlined, with no pockets. Just a big heavy bag of tooled leather. I admired the design work ... However, I've just found a bag that is TDF, IMO. It's lined in pretty patterned cotton, has pockets galore, and is well-made. I like that the designs are on both sides of the bag. Yes, those of you who know me know that I fell hard for Hayden-Harnett and their soft supple yummy bags, especially the Inka big-clip hobo. Now, I'm downsizing. I don't "need" the Inka anymore, but will keep a few that I've modified, but now ... now I finally found a small enough tooled leather organizer bag that's been kitted out right that will allow me to get rid of all the extras - no wallet, no pocket-pc holder, no checkbook - it's all in one, and beautiful too. I've even got room to spare. The dimensions are 8.5 X 6 X 2.5" (depth measured without front pockets), with a shoulder drop of 20 - 25.5", shoulder strap is adjustable. What do you all think? Anybody want to admit they like tooled leather? Gotta admit, it's not gonna scratch, I don't have to baby it, and it's for damned sure unique!