Getting kinda tired of seeing Rimowas, they're nice looking in aluminum but they've become such a status symbol for shitty looking Asian people in recent years that they're the LV of luggage (if that were possible in some alternate dimension) now. Just really despise them as the carousel goes around nowadays. I travel only moderately and don't really pack anything, so I've never invested in great luggage. If i had to, I'd probably buy Zero Halliburtons. I had a set of Samsonites before when I was going trans-Pacific 2 or 3 times a year, and they broke. Zippers broke, wheels broke, etc. Now I have a black Muji case that is in plastic covered in ballistic nylon, generic but ridged for pleasure, I think it was about 20,000Y. It's not huge but it holds a week's worth of judiciously packed stuff, fits in most cars easily (I take taxis everywhere I go and they often have a bunch of shit in the trunk in Asia). It's got 4 casters and a decently tall handle, I will be using it tomorrow to go to Seoul actually. I bought it a year ago and it's probably logged about 50,000 miles, is holding up pretty well. Looks good for the wear and everything works still.