Disclaimer: The owner of Wolfman is a buddy of mine. He gave me the small Rolie bag in this review at my 40th birthday party a few weeks ago; so I did not pay for it. That said, I like the system and would have been happy to pay for it. Eric did not ask me to do this review; I'm doing it for my fellow Orange Crush Imates - not for him If you do call Wolfman to ask questions about Rolie bags (or for whatever reason) please be sure to tell Eric or Dusty that "Geek says you are a hoser and you owe him a beer" Wolfman's Rolie Bag System. The first time I got to see the Rolie bag system was during the wolfman photo shoot last fall. They were the bags (large size) installed on my bike's fuel tanks (both as tank paniers and as a tank bag) during the photo shoot that day ...at the end of the day I was sworn to secrecy (as the product hadn't yet been released) and the bags went back under cover. It was the reason the jump photo had to be mosaic'd when I posted it What's up with that? Fast forward... In the Back in Black thread last week I mentioned that I had gotten the rolie bag and was thinking of using it on top of my rear pelican case. When I put my Safari tanks on I lost the use of my A990 crash bar bags (which are awesome) and was looking for a new place to carry a few fundamentals I always like to have on the bike. If you have crash bars, the A990 bags are a GREAT way to store some gear on your bike the Rolie Bag system is just that - a system. It was designed to be completely waterproof and versatile and work in a number of ways on a number of different bikes with the different mounting options and bag size options. Rather than try and explain it all.. take a look at their website if you are interested; I'm just going to show in this thread how it went together on my 950. This was loosely the plan: I got around to actually mounting it today. The eyelets/tiedown points I chose are from a wolfman "bottle mounting kit". The price is right at $15. http://wolfmanluggage.com/Accessories/hard_bag_holster_kit.html The cool thing about them is they come with rubber washers to seal the holes so that my pelican remains waterproof Basically 4 of these setups: ...and then as you tighten them down they squish out the rubbers and seal it up ..and voila - I now have 4 cool tie downs for strapping stuff on my pelican The Rolie bag itself comes with straps that include strap "holders" (for the loose ends) and velcro for mounting. I stuck the velcro strips in between my tie downs like so: so that they lay down through the eyes Note the strap holders go "upside down" so that when I pull the strap up and over they'll be right side up. go up through the clip (or whatever you call it ) then back through to secure it Then the little clips hold the loose ends ...the bag is now secure on top of the case This Rolie bag is the small size. It doesn't hold a lot.. only 4 or 5 liters maybe? In mine I put: my first aid kit: ...and one heavy duty tube ...and it is pretty much full. I could probably squeeze in some duct tape, jbweld and some zip ties just so I always have them if I need them. That's all there is to it. I now have a completely waterproof storage bag in a convenient location that I can easily open/close/use without having to mount/unmount anything. I'm going to buy a medium size bag and maybe a large size bag as well. The bags are stackable and clip to eachother. I figure having one of each size will give me more versatility... but even with just the small one on there I now have a great place to carry a tube and my first aid kit all the time without having to carry my luggage.