I'm looking for some small to midsized waterproof soft bags. I like simple, easy to use, mount/dis-mount, etc. The Giant loop would be my choice but the Mojave is way too small and the Coyote looks too big. It would be awesome if they made an in-between bag, but does not seem to be in the cards. I am putting the bags on a 2020 KTM EXC 500 for multiple day rides, but not wanting/needing camping gear. I think somewhere between 20-30 liters is about right. Will pack a change or two of clothes, small amount of tools, first aid kit, jacket, small thin layers of clothes for weather changes, small bag of toiletries, extra pair of gloves, goggles when I'm using glasses and a pair of shoes. Going with Nitro-Mousses so no tire tools or pumps required (Woohoo!). I'll be using a very small tank bag and just received a GL Buckin' tank bag that is the right size. Can anyone comment or add anything I may have missed? https://www.ktm-parts.com/79712919000.html These bags look really nice, and a take off of the enduristan bags, just not sure what size they are and it says it comes with a seat with straps attached. I Like that there are no straps across the seat. I'm going with a Renazco Seat so not interested in the KTM seat if you can't attach straps to your own. $279.00 delivered Enduristan: Great looking bags, they have several size options, just not sure about the mounting system. $350.00 for large (double 12 L) , free delivery Giant Loop Coyote. Maybe I'm off here, but it looks, well giant to me (Be great to have it 2/3's size or so) $460.00 with dry pods. Ouch Mosko 40 is just too big, too many buckles, pockets, etc. and ***gulp*** $490.00 plus another $40.00 for shipping (pet peeve when everyone else offers free shipping). The reckless 10 is 2- 5 liter bags and just a bit small I think, but simple which is good to me. I have purchased a few things from them, but honestly they are overbuilt to me. The Fatty tool roll is huge, way bigger than I'll ever want. Pico tank bag and phone pouch...Nah, just not for me. I see how some are full on Fan bois, but for some reason I just can't jump on the bandwagon. If I was outfitting a GS or Africa Twin, maybe. Just overbuilt in my opinion for lightweight traveling. Kriega. I like their system, seems streamlined, simple and robust plus you can swap bags around for different sizes and set ups. Does it lay flat and not flop around? $300.00 plus heat shield, delivered Givi. Looks cool, no idea how they fit or ride 15L each side: $233.00 delivered Wolfman E base with optional bags. Base $150.00, 12L Rollies $85.00 each, heat shield $40.00. What I like is the flexibility and that they are Wolfman. I have been using Wolfman for years, great quality and excellent products. Dis-likes: all of the buckles that would flop around when bags are off if you went for a ride and price. About $370.00 delivered. Wolfman E12 Saddlebags. Looks like a decent size, price is good just not sure how they ride on the bike. In the pic they look like they ride too far forward but may be adjustable or a non-issue. Would like to see them in person or hear from someone with experience. $230.00 plus $40.00 for heat shield delivered I'll probably order a couple different setups then play around and see which I like the best. I truly appreciate any feedback or suggestions!