Here are the specs of the GGP standard full kit...
Standard size fits cases up to 52" in circumference (desktop, mini and mid-tower cases).
Large size fits cases up to 70" in circumference (full-tower cases).
Case must be at least 13" deep.
Carrying capacity up to 70 lbs.
2" buckles make it easy to buckle and they are VERY strong.
Premium handle has a soft grip and is flexible to conform to your hand.
Aluminum spreader imbedded in the top strap keeps the straps properly separated.
High-quality carabiner-style snaphooks on the shoulder strap, look and function great.
The CableGrip uses hook and loop material to securely attach cables.
The GearGrip Pro comes in two models, the Full Kit and the Base Kit. The Full Kit comes with harness, shoulder strap, GearBag and two CableGrips. The Base Kit comes with the harness, GearBag and one CableGrip. Both kits are available in two sizes - standard and large. The unit we got for review was for standard size cases. There is a GearGrip Pro for large full tower case, which costs a extra $2 USD.
Here is a close up picture of the handle...
The handle itself is VERY strong and has a nice conformable feel to it. Below is a close up picture of the location where you can seat your keyboard, mouse etc...
While moving the case around nothing fell out of these pockets, at first I had doubts about how well my accessories would stay safely in the pockets, but it all seemed to work fine with no problems.
The installation of the GGP was simple and took less than 5 minutes. No instructions were included but the installation of it was pretty self explanatory so I wouldn't imagine they would be needed. All you basically need to do is unbuckle the case harness and lay it out on the ground with the inside of the harness facing up, place the computer case in the middle of the long straps and bring the handle end over the computer and connect both buckles up like the picture below...
What more can I say? What an excellent, high quality, easy to install and stylish product! If you are a hardcore gamer who attends LAN's often, I'd suggest you buy one of these, for around $35 USD you can't really go wrong, maybe a bit on the expensive side but it's in essence is insurance for your computer against the chance of you dropping it while moving around from car to LAN etc. The added choice of either using the handle or a strap is fantastic inclusion also. If it isn't clear to you yet, I'm VERY impressed with the GGP and am having troubles faulting it. If there were one "problem" with the GGP it would be it's price.
Rating - 9.5 / 10