I bought this bag for two reasons: for my video camera, and as overflow for the DSLR accessories that I can't fit in my Lowepro Slingshot.
As you would expect from Lowepro, this bag has all the usual attributes: quality materials, precise stitching, adequate padding, neutral grey interior (hello free exposure standard!), integrated rain coat, and comfortable shoulder strap.
The main flap covers a flat front pocket which has a number of slots for memory cards and other small accessories. The top of the bag zips open to reveal the main inner, which is divided up into six cells by movable dividers. There is a memory card pouch sewn into the inside of the top flap, and a carrying handle on top of the bag.
The dividers are not as versatile as I would like; although they can velcro to each other and to the walls of the bag you are very much limited in where you can position them due to their size. This seems trivial but can quickly become annoying when you are trying to make sure your camera is both protected, and immediately accessible. It would have been more productive of Lowepro to provide a couple of spare dividers of different sizes - it's not like they don't have any.
This bag is great for carrying accessories and lenses, but not so great for a DSLR with lens. Although theoretically there is plenty of room and the inside of the bag can be configured to conform to the shape of the camera, in practice I have found it to be quite a clumsy arrangement. I will be continuing to use my Slingshot as my main camera bag and this one for my video camera and extra bits.
That said, the bag is very well made and totally worth the money. As long as you don't mind having slightly limited options as far as movable dividers go.