No other chance, for size matters, if you hope your music stand (or percussion stand, or laptop stand, in my case) won't look like warfare surplus after a few weeks of gigs. Which is why I've bought, and I would buy it again. But.
But it's not backed by any rigid frame, or inside foil, or foam, so it totally collapse onto itself regardless of being full or empty, and when you have more than one to carry around, placing them on the ground will always end up in a domino-effect demonstration.
It wouldn't have costed a fortune, to the manufacturer, a pre-shaped plastic tray on its bottom to hold things firms, or a rigid PU sheet sewn to the sides to hold it together... it still works, made as it is, meaning your valuable stand won't get scratched easily, but knocking it off onto the ground all the time, by design (flaw), won't help it, either!
Fabric's been wisely chosen, it stands the abuse pretty well and won't rip easily, but the ribbon used for straps and handle is indeed too flimsy, and because of its color, it attracts too much attention in the trunk of a station wagon (even with dark-tinted windows).
I still wouldn't do without this, because of how worthy its content is to me, I have bought three... but it's clearly not on par with the overall quality and engineering attention of the rest of K&M catalogue, far from it.