This is perfect for my mobility to locations.
Also, indoors, in my 'studio' i find it very handy because all my gear that require special care (lenses, camera bodies, flash guns) are very well protected.
If there was anything i would have loved better, it would have been to make the inside space a bit more.
It is quite compact.
Outside dimensions have been maximised, in order to comply with cabin baggage size regulations. If the case was any bigger then one may not be able to check it in as hand luggage.
Which leaves the only way to make it more spacious is to reduce the thickness of the inner protection pads. Again, there is a compromise here. Reducing protection pads means that equipment are less protected.
For me, the easy solution is i have this Rolling Case, which i now use together with my pro camera back pack from another manufacture.
The Rolling Case is my number one (but i wouldn't take it hiking, which is where the back pack comes in).