The Rolling Thunder (Large) I had when it first came out and it didn't last long, thanks to Aeroflot!
That's the heavy one, by the way...
... and no-one is going to manage a serious collection of photo gear and a full set of diving gear in one bag if carry-on luggage is restricted in the way that is starting to creep in. A large number of airlines aren't allowing more than 22kg in one bag. Most dive
bags are too big these days, as the over-weight 30kg bag is getting very
unpopular with the airlines. I'm not sure if any baggage is truly waterproof: I pack electrical items in ZipLock bags or sealed plastic boxes. I've left my backplate at home and used a soft-backed wing with minimal metalwork (I cut off extraneous D-rings, and use Fastex buckles, for instance) to travel for years. I can't really believe that a few grams saved on Miflex hoses is really going to help: it's the glass dome that's the culprit, isn't it? Or the Subtronic strobes...
Drew: I wouldn't risk Aeroflot if I could avoid it!