Ordered, and today received a Red Rock Large Rover sling bag. Have the regular sized one, (Review: https://www.bladeforums.com/threads/red-rock-rover-sling-bag-photo-heavy.855133/#post9681572) and recently discovered they made a larger model. A bit more room never hurts. They also make other model sling bags as well. The "regular" size Rover bag is 8"W x 12"H x 6"D, and the "large" bag I just received is 9"W x 15"H x 9"D. So, 13 liters, as compared to the the regulars 9 liters. Other specs: Ambidextrous shoulder strap Quick-release buckle on main strap for rapid deployment On-the-go style carry handle Snap-closure concealed-carry sleeve on back panel Two external pockets for quick access to items Master compartment houses a slip pocket with touch-fastener closure Master compartment accommodates an iPad or other popular tablets MOLLE webbing platform on front and shoulder strap for adding pouches and gear 600D polyester construction A few photos. In the bag: Out of the bag. Some of the photos were dark, so I had to lighten them up a bit, hence why the logos aren't showing up on the tags too well: Tags removed: Front zippered pouch. Nice, deep pocket, but a bit unusual, in the sense that it goes down on each side of the drain hole, which is made for the pocket behind it: Next compartment behind the last. Organizational area: Small compartment above it. More organization: Main area: Sleeve for iPad, or the like: Other side. A small zippered pouch/flap: That lifts up to reveal another pouch: Rear, showing the straps: Concealed carry pouch: Although empty, beside the regular size Rover: This is my older, smaller one, just for an idea of the size. I'm 6'2" for reference: Hoping this will be a decent pack. I have had a few problems with the smaller pack. One of the webbing on the shoulder strap has come undone on one side, even though I've never used it for anything. Also, once I had a 38oz Guyot bottle filled with water, in the bottle carrier, slung the pack around to my back, and the strap came undone. The stitching, that is. My wife sewed it back on with military thread, and I haven't had any problems with it since. I have used the smaller version on several outings, and overall it's done well. Not Maxpedition quality by any means, but a 3rd the price. Thanks for looking.