Well, I finally got my headphone bag in. Here's the link again.
First thing I noticed right away is the construction. It is very well put together. The material is of good quality and feels strong, and the amount of padding feels nice (maybe about 1/4" thick?).
The design of the bag is tapered, so it's much wider in the bottom half and then gets thinner near the top. That makes sense as it mimics the typical shape of headphones and keeps the padded sides closer to them. The only downside to this is that the width of the space between the zipper start and end points is a touch narrow, at least for the Annies. I had to work them in by pulling up a bit on one side and then up on the other; I didn't feel I could just slide them into the bag without dragging the sides against the Annies. Perhaps over time the bag will stretch out a bit, though. I experienced a similar issue with the included bag for the PortaPros, but it loosened up eventually.
Anyway, once the earcups get past that narrow point, they have a decent amount of room in the bottom. Not too tight and not too snug. There's a soft fabric pouch on the back wall of the bag to hold the cable in, which is great. Due to the orientation of the phones, though, I'm hesitant to stand the bag up with the cable still plugged in the left earcup, because the weight of the phones would be sitting on the cable's flexible-bendy part (not really sure what that's called ). I'm currently keeping the bag stored on its back so I can keep the cable plugged in, but I'd probably unplug it if I had a need for this to stand upright.
In conclusion, it's a well put together bag, with adequate padding, but just a bit narrow in the middle. For the price, though, it's excellent and does the job!
Edited by Vader2k - 1/25/13 at 11:40am