||So now I've had this bag for a little over 3 years including the last review. Keep in mind, I've beat the hell out of this bag between going to tracks, getting lugged up and down stairs, thrown in the back of a pickup(where it occasionally got rained on), dragged back and forth almost everyday to nasa goddard(as an electronics tool bag), and now back to a multipurpose rc/electronics bag.
As of now the nylon that covers the front inner edges has frayed a bit due to the zippers running on it. It doesn't impact the bag itself so long as it doesn't rip further. The sides have warped some, but still work. The drawers themselves look new which is great. When this bag came out plastic drawers were still kind of new. The bottom is a little worse for wear in terms of scratches but has held up great for being dragged up and down concrete stairs and gravel. The telescoping handle still works great(I had put some grease in it just in case). One of the little pouches did rip off, but that was my foot getting caught against the bag while rolling forward quickly....it was a pretty hard hit heh.
That said, it looks like the same company that makes the bag for racers edge is making it for other companies with some variation. The price on this bag seems to have gone up which looks to be caused from cosmetic and structure changes from what I can see.
All in all, so far it's STILL being a good bag. I'll probably replace it soon or give it to the electronics lab before it straight dies completely.
What we need is a strong, hard plastic built hauler bag with a strong rigid structure. Kind of like the Fat Max tool box, but specifically for rc.