Hi all, First off, I do hope this question hasn't already been asked; the search for 'camera bag' and various other forms of the phrase didn't seem to turn up the answer that I'm looking for so I thought I'd ask it myself. I'm moving on from my crumpler bags. Don't get me wrong, I love them dearly, and they've served me well. But they look like camera bags. I actually bought them after a lot of research on bags that don't look like camera bags, and they almost make it in that category, I can't put my finger on what it is but people do seem to realise straight away that they're carrying gear. So I'm after some recommendations. I've been looking at the National Geographic shoulder bag - http://www.amazon.com/National-Geographic-NG-2477-Shoulder/dp/B0017RVDI8/ref=pd_sim_p_4 and I think this has a shot of looking like a basic messenger bag, if I rough it up enough, but I'm worried about it's interior padding, has anyone used these before? I'm also looking at the http://www.tiffen.com/displayproduct.html?tablename=domke&itemnum=700-52D, but a bigger version that would hold more equipment. What do you all think? Has anyone had a similar quest, or better yet, have any of you tried the above bags or ones you think fit the bill? I'd love to hear what you have to say. My reason for the camera-bag-in-disguise (if anyone is curious), is just that I do like to shoot in some shady locations from time to time, but once I get a camera bag I like to stick with it, so it needs to be able to be seen at weddings as well. Many thanks!