Here's my short overview going over the backpack: Didn't see anything posted up for this yet, a lot of the stuff I've seen online about the backpack due to some marketing errors on Razers part (lol no dimensions listed?) has a lot of people generating rumors about the product, probably the 2 biggest ones I've seen are: Yes, it can fit a 17" laptop (fits my Blade R2 just fine!) And the badging on the front is removabe, it's just velcro'd on. So the Round badge, and the rectangular For Gamers By Gamers thing are able to be pulled off to make the bag have less "flare". The 3 Snake logo is not removable just to clarify. The badges are removable becuase those are additional spots for MOLLE pouches to be added onto in the future if you so wish. No word yet if Razer will offer MOLLE pouch accessories, a general question into the Support got a response of "We appreciate your time and effort to write to the Razer tech support team. Currently we do not have any future news regarding your enquiry. You may however check our website from time to time for the latest updates of our product." So, an optimist would probably think hey, nothing they're wanting to confirm yet, but that last sentence gives me hope! It's a pretty solid backpack. Materials used are quality and it's got tons of room to store all my stuff in. I'm extremely happy with the purchase. Quality of the bag and design definitely meet if not exceed the price paid to get it in my eyes. It's incredibly comfortable too. I didn't know how comfortable backpacks could be til I started using this. Although, that' probably more from me not buying back packs based off comfort ratings and more for looks It's nice when you get both of them in one! The only thing I haven't liked about it so far are the pockets that surround the exterior, they use velcro on the flap to stick. The problem is, on the pouch the velcro is laid horizontally and on the flap it's vertical. Which is a good design, because if there's a taller item in the pocket it'll still be able to close, and it makes it so you don't have to perfect alignment. However, the vertical stripe it just a thin piece, so it doesn't feel as secure as it would if say, they had 2 strips of it on the flap instead of just the one. That's my .02 cents and that's what I would have done differently. Of course you can always go to a hobby shop and by your own velcro and stick it on, but I think for the price of the pack, they could have been more generous. Anywho if you have any questions about it ask me! Otherwise, dude go buy one they're friggin' sweet. Edit 1: Forgot to mention it even includes an detachable hard mount for headphones that actually sticks to the material in one of the interior pockets so you can carry your headphones on it and store things inside them in with everything else because it's a durable "case"! Edit 2: When I get home I'll take some footage of me showing off/dispalying the various odds and ends of the backpack, so stay tuned! Edit 3: Video added to original post, a few comments about it, towards the end I show you the rain coat thing, no idea how it's supposed to go on there. And there was a thing on one of the interior slots that I had no idea what it was for, the wife corrected me and apparenlty it's used to latch on to something else to make a hook area for something to hang off of. So...there's that. Also, in the front slot, there are 2 little spots made to hold thumb drives, I didn't catch those in the video but they are there and they have a little green usb symbol on them. Edit 4: The hard case for the headphones in the video actually isn't a case for them, it turns out it's a mount for them to rest on inside the backpack which is good design for how it works, it's movable and it allows for things to be stored inside the mount, such as, a mouse! So that's cool. Thanks for reading and watching! Please like and share!