I just got my 360 Crafter's Bag, while I was bouncing off the walls waiting for it, I'm glad to say it was well worth the wait. Lots of pockets for embellishments and tools, and I like how the pockets can be removed so you can have your items on the table with you and you snap it back in when you are finished. Material is nice and thick so you know it will be durable and the ability to rotate and move the bag around is great especially when you fill it up, and you can maneuver it around.
Absolutely love this tote. I had a tote that kept tipping over on me when I would reach into it....not this one. Having four wheels gives it much more stability. So many DETACHABLE pockets....I'm going to have to but more stuf for them..lol. It has a bunch of zippered pockets. It rolls so nice when being pulled. I intend to get the should bag which will attach to the handle also. Recommended.
This case is great. WRM thought of everything. it has several different size bags inside so you can keep everything neat .
The 4 wheels make it easy to move can the extra handle on the bottom makes it easy to lift.
This is a lot of money for me to spend on something crafty, but it can DEFINITELY be used as an actual pack-your-clothes-and-toothbrush-and-stuff travel suitcase as well. There's 6+ pouches that are on velcro. How smart is that? I mainly got it because I got the Cinch and wanted an easy way to bring it and my supplies with me in an easy way. The main compartment is roomy. There are strong mesh pockets of various sizes and depths throughout the bag. There is a front compartment is lined with many strong mesh pockets and 6 pouches with velcro as well. It seems sturdy. It rolls soooo well!
The one complaint I do have is about that front compartment. When I had the pouches filled, you can't really get to the bottom mesh pockets very well, and I found that tools (such as a bone folder or something) would work themselves upward, but this was due to the way I packed, not the product itself.