Yeah, I got a PDGA bag earlier this year myself after my discraft bag was on the verge of blowout. I've seen the revo bags before, and they definitely look really nice, but I think the PDGA's are a good bang for the buck bag. They're pretty much a no-frills, heavy duty, get the job done kind of bag, and mine has held up fine through lots of regular rounds (including ones stomping through hollies and blackberry patches). I think one thing that the revo and gateway bags (i think gateways have 'em, right?) have that set them apart are the internal frames. You have the velcro dividers you can put in (i opted not to), but they don't do the job like a rigid frame would. One cool feature I accidentally found with the bag is that if you happen to let it roll down a hill, all the discs stay put inside (i've only had my putters in the front pocket come out). So yeah, all in all, the revo's and gateways are great bags (and the GB's look good from the pictures I've seen, too), but the PDGA bags are good bets too. Oh, and there's plenty of room for underwear, or whatever it is you want to be carrying around.