Generally I'm not too lavish with my wardrobe (although I am trying to upgrade) but I've always placed special importance in dress shoes, which I've covered in another thread, and wallets. I don't buy a new wallet too often, actually maybe every ten years or so, so I make a big deal of it. Now I'm looking. I'd like a fairly "large" or at least average sized wallet in width and height when closed and prefer the kind that opens with the special ID window lifting up from the left side. I think this may be known as the "pass case" style. And I want the flip up ID holder to be permanently attached by a leather flap, NOT removable! Pet peeve! An alternative style would be where the wallet opens like above, but then the ID window folds out to the left once it's open, instead of lifting up. An example of this type is the Bosca Correspondent. I'm not sure about my feeling about inside zippers or snaps. I'd think them optional at best. I'm in a limited shopping area, and in person I've only seen some offerings from Bosca and Tumi. Some think these are the two best brands, but I figure there may be some more options. I'm looking for beautiful grain, maybe even something more "exotic" like ostrich, but I'm not certain if the exotic materials really wear as well as more "conventional" types of leather. My own taste is to black, but I'm open to a dark brown or "mahogany." My hope is to stay below $100. So, please tell me your discoveries in a stylish yet practical wallet, well-made and durable but with some really nice graining. Suggestions of good retail stores or online sellers would also be appreciated. Thank you!