The P.A.C.K. 720 is what I would call a mid-sized transport bag, it supposedly can hold 720 marines (hence the name). I am not a huge 40k player and don't have massive armies (don't play Guard!!!) so I found this bag to be a good size for me.
Bag and tray dimensions:
Outside Bag Dimensions - 18W x 14L x 14H" (457W x 356L x 356H mm)
Tray Dimensions - 15.5W x 12L" (394W x 305L mm)
Front of the bag with the very good-sized front pocket:
Side shot with another pocket and I.D. spot on the back of the bag:
The other side with another pocket and showing the shoulder strap:
This is the standard way to open the bag:
Showing the ability to pull out the foam trays from the top:
The bag can be opened further to allow access to the bottom trays:
This allows you to get to the bottom trays without having to remove the top trays:
I found another big pocket inside the bag (also provides some side protection to the foam):
The codex is pulled out to show it fits in the pocket, when ready to close the bag it is not exposed at all.
The bag comes with (in my chosen load-out) with 12" of foam trays:
Using the P.A.C.K. 720 to pack my army:
I have a 2000pt Blood Angel army to transport tomorrow so I jumped in and started to pack it all up. Here is the army waiting to be packed:
As you can see there are some large vehicles including a Storm Raven and a Land Raider. I was a little concerned that I did not have the correct foam to pack the Storm Raven but I did:
The rest of the vehicles packed:
Terminators on their custom (pain to pack) bases:
The rest of the infantry:
Everything all packed up in the case:
The bag easily holds all the other necessary gaming supplies:
My thoughts on the Battle Foam P.A.C.K. 720Good:
1) So far I am finding the bag a joy to use. I had plenty of room to pack my miniatures including 2 large vehicles.
2) Battle Foam offers a custom tray creator which I think might be handy for the vehicles.
3) The bag is light and not overly large so it is easy to handle and store.
4) There is a shoulder strap that I find convenient to use.
5) There are pockets everywhere to store your other supplies including a 7" tablet and smart phone.
6) The ability to swap out foam trays from the front or top.
1) The company states that it is carry-on approved for air travel but I would not be so sure about that. I travel frequently and I have only seen a couple of planes that I would say you could carry this on and store.
I hope you have found this helpful. I will have some additional thoughts after the game and travel/use of the bag. Thanks for stopping by and taking a look!