I "vote" for the Tumi also, though the Coach looks good/sounds very practical. Myself, in relation to the Vuitton comment (a brand for brand's sake), I personally don't like wearing brands with large logos; of course athletes and actors do, the former need the sponsorship money so turn their jerseys, etc. into billboards (really think a Vuitton bag would be out of place on the field of play, and highly doubt they'd make a "splash" at the Tour de France even as saddle bags). As to entertainers, well, I don't take my "cues" from people who for career reasons must cow-tote to their fans/please the masses, thanks (love movies, music, sports, etc. myself and appreciate what they do, but really not interested style-wise as to what their handlers have to say). Indeed, many private sporting facilities and night clubs (to put it politely) frown on people arriving with large logos, and always did for good reason: it is rather (to put it politely) gaudy, and in rather poor taste (and remember, those athletes, etc. get paid to dangle those logos, since reasonable people are not walking ad boards, thanks). On the other hand, if the member particularly enjoys the actual article, in terms of its value and design, and his or her own personal taste, great (enjoy it, by all means). I myself believe in quality, and judge price by that criteria in terms of not only how it looks/feels, but as importantly how well (or not) it's made, and not by the logo (you get what you pay for and success is a state of mind and how well you do what it is you do, not what logos you wear which only means someone else is successful. It is a shame that some people feel that success is somehow connoted by wearing a certain outfit or carrying a certain wallet and/or card case (which isn't exactly being dangled about anyway, now is it?), but this sad line of thinking for some might also explain why, if you take a general poll of the masses, that most (aka the masses) who fall for this line of thinking (it's called advertising) aren't exactly successful themselves, but the brands who own/advertise the logos the masses fall for are, then on that I've said quite enough; again, if you love the brand and find it's value (in terms of quality, function, etc.) is worth the price, then by all means go for it. But if it's just the logo you want, posters are available too, right? And like others, don't mean to come down on anyone or sound too harsh at all, just, it irks me when people "flaunt" logos thinking it means something when in fact it does not (unless you yourself love it, then who cares what I or anyone else thinks, right? And that goes for athletes and entertainers, too, who likewise are free to do as they want and should, as should their personal trainers, stylists and handlers
That said, I like the Tumi of the three myself, but also see very "smart" and stylish value in the Coach. +1 on both; just my .02 cents.