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    #16
    I have a dark interior on my Plum/Black Swift, but the wide opening makes it ok. I think the Synapse would be similar. The sides zip downward fairly far so the bag interior is accessible. If the bag only opened at the top, a dark interior may make it hard to navigate. Also brightly colored and varied color contents help.
    My son's Ristretto iPad has a steel interior, it has a narrower opening that is just at the top of the bag. So far it hasn't been problematic because he carries books and papers, but if he had a lot of little things inside, it would be harder to distinguish them with the darker lining.
    I really, really like TB Bags!

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      #17
      Originally posted by MikeR View Post
      I'm not sure yet. I like the Olive, Navy, Steel and Black/UV (though I'd have to wait for that one till April). I think I'm leaning toward the steel, though I hope the inside isn't too dark to see stuff. What colors do you like?
      As others have said, my Black/UV Synapse should be back at the mothership tomorrow, Friday at the latest.
      WhiteStar in Colorado
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        #18
        Cool. Thanks for the heads up. though actually I think I've settled on the Black/Steel Dyneema. I'll be using my bag primarily for work - carrying my laptop to and from an office, so it seems like i can't go wrong with that choice. also from what I can see, the steel dyneema is a nice interior. thanks for everyone for their help and suggestions!!

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