Alrighty assembled inmates and global moto travel Illuminati..... I am currently shopping for bags to replace the hard bags on my GSA - they're awesome for grocery getting, around town and slab trips where extra space is good, however, I'm planning a trip to the great white north (hopefully next summer COVID dependent) as well as some gravel/BDR trips here on the east coast so soft bags are really a much better idea (or at least that's my understanding). I feel like this is a great problem to have - there seem to be great options - the Lone Rider, Mosco Moto, Kriega and Giant Loop offerings all seem to be well engineered and well designed products. Lik every good shopper, I'm looking for advice and/or anecdotal information that might swing me one way or the other*. All 4 of these manufacturers seems to have similar yet somewhat marginally different functions - Hoping to hear about any of all of them in comparison. I feel like this might be a holy war and it's not my intention to stir the pot - hell if I really needed to, I could use my two big Helen2Wheels Drybags and a third drybag, strap that stuff to my pillion rack and roll on, it just wouldn't look as appealing. Just looking for opinions (we all have them - they're like armpits - some smell better than others!) Thanks so much - Cletus *Mosco is out of the offset group right now - have to ping them to see where they are in manufacturing and what the wait time might be (October trip on the books).