I have a reply now about fitting your gear into the Rotation 360. As I suspected, you will need a component from the modulus system to get everything in.
I quote from Doug Murdock of Think Tank: "Of course, for travel on the plane we recommend the Airport Acceleration, ( http://www.thinktankphoto.com/ttp_product_ArprtAccel.php )
which will hold all that stuff. ;-)
He might (?) be able to get two pro bodies in the top compartment, and maybe a strobe, and would definitely need the Lens Changer 75 ( http://www.thinktankphoto.com/ttp_product_LnsChngr75.php ) on one of the rails to pull it off. Putting the bodies into the backpack for storage and
transportation does take a lot of space. So yes, it seems possible, but only by using the Modulus components on one or two of the rails."
By the way, Think Tank have two very interesting and helpful pdf documents called "Fear For Your Gear", parts one and two. Really excellent information and I do recommend reading them. http://thinktankphoto.com/airport/
I hope this helps,
Thanks for the reply and for forwarding on the reply from Doug Murdoch. I think I'll wait until they create a slightly bigger bag. As currently i already have a number of bags that meet my needs some of the time (i.e. Lowepro nature trekker, Slingshot 200, S&F Rover, Dryzone rover, Magnum and Tamrac Turbo Cyberpro).
I was hoping that the Rotation 360 would be a bag that could take the place of the nature trekker (which can hold 2 pro bodies with the 16-35 and 24-105 attached, 70-200 2.8LIS, 2x converter and three flashes plus other accessoires). I really like the design of the rotation 360, but was hoping that i could fit a body with the lens attached on the bottom and top compartment + my 70-200L, 2x converter and a flash) for when i am traveling. In the field, i thought i could use the bottom compartment to change lenses, and the top compartment to hold the second body.
Having an accessory to hold a lense or flash is fine in the field, but its a pain in the airport. Moreover, I really don't want to travel with more then one camera bag unless i have my laptop (if i'm not traveling for work, i'll use my tamrac), but when i'm traveling for business, i have my work laptop and work related files in a carry-on and then take my nature trekker or S&F Rover as my other carry-on. So i'm really not interested in the airport extreme.
I'm hoping that Think Tank will follow the same direction with the rotation 360 as Lowepro did with their Trekker series and offer different sizes (i.e. Nature Trekker, Trekker, Pro Trekker, micro-trekker). IF the do come out with a rotation 360 that is a slightly bigger (i.e. holds two pro bodies with L-plates attached and lenses), I will definately pick one up. For now, i guess i'll stick with my Lowepro bags.