I look at really good outdoor gear as being the same investment as really good optics - you just have to bite the bullet and get some to understand why it is worth owning. Not sure how many guys here use FILSON products - pricey but worth every penny in the long run. I have been accumulating Filson gear for years, the stuff never wears out. They just announced pure wool camo - Double Macinnaw jacket, bib over-alls, pants, hats, and vests. Woollen camo patterns are not as sharply defined as cottom fabric etc. but camo is camo to a degree. Fantastic quality, super warm stuff. Another fantastic new product for traveling hunters is a large duffle bag with a heavy set of wheels at one end, drag handle at the other. Very good for wheeling through airports. Filson used roller-blade wheels that are replaceable. My most used Filson bag is called the Outfitter Bag. It is a two layer duffle, the bottom accordians flat when not in use. The bottom is large enough for boots and lots of other stuff when you need extra room. This bag is about the right size for most hunting trips, particularly if you must keep weight down. Just thought some of you guys might be interested in travel gear. Hard gun cases - that is another story. I have them all and find that the best is the big Tuffpack, it is in a category all by itself.