Co-Pilot as a multi-purpose PCSB and tourist EDC?
I've been trying to envision the Co-Pilot and how it could be used in both air- and over-the-road-travel.
My ideas focus on the Co-Pilot being carried inside other luggage, most likely an Aeronaut, and being used during the flight/road trip as a kind of improvised Packing Cube Shoulder Bag-like device, only with superior built-in organizer facilities. (I saw an Aeronaut packing demo video wherein someone named Chris, who was going to Japan, did just that.) I assume that, once at the destination, the Co-Pilot could be unpacked and repurposed as an Every-Day Carry (EDC) -style shoulder "murse" or micro-briefcase.
Has anyone ever used the Co-Pilot in a Scenario like this? If so, what did you pack in the Co-Pilot and how did you use it while you were "away" on your trip? How did it work for you? What fabric style does your Co-Pilot employ? Did you take your Co-Pilot in EDC mode for business or pleasure?
Most importantly: how do people you meet regard your Co-Pilot? Does anyone ever talk to you about it? What do they say?
As a man living in hillbilly country, I have never had a "murse" before. I wondered how folks you meet during a trip regard seeing a man using a Co-Pilot as an EDC. (NOTE: I have not ruled out the use of a Packing Cube Backpack, either, but the PCBP is not as organizer-oriented as the Co-Pilot.)