After reading all other reviews, it becomes clear this is not a bag meant for regular transport, when fully loaded.
It then becomes too bulky, too heavy and too clumsy to handle by 1 person.
You can only transport this fully loaded regularly if you always have someone around to help, and a transportation cart.
But I decided to use this bag to store my Alesis DM10 studio kit.
Which is a big, 6-piece e-kit with an alu-cage with plastic clamps and a DM10 module.
I only use parts of it now integrated with my acoustic kit.
Would the whole kit including cage fit inside the Millenium bag?
Yes, it does. The whole cage goes in the big open compartment, and you even can leave all clamps and rods attached to the tubes.
The 6 pads (5x 8" & 1x 10" snare) go in their dedicated compartments, including the cymbal pads and the module with the cable boom still attached on it.
The velcro attached paddings are really worthy.
Yes, you will need the big frontside compartment for the kickdrum metal frame, which you will need to dismantle separate from the pad, which is only a matter of loosening a few screws.
But it all fits in this bag with the zipper closed. I'm happy with it.
My advice for storage is to put the bag on it's fixed location first and then put everything in it.
Get a little box to store the screws of the kickdrum frame.
I've put this bag it in the back of my barn. But now I can always get to it and pick any component, nicely organized.
And if it's really necessary, I can always rely on a buddy to help me move this huge thing.
It lost some stars because it's not (really) a transportable bag and it could use a floorboard for rigidness.
But I gave the total verdict 5 stars. Because of the storage capacity.
Because for this price it's unbeatable as an e-kit storage bag.
If it fits the big Alesis DM10 studio kit, it will fit almost any other conventional E-drum kit including rack.
And of course you can use this bag to store anything else since the compartments are detachable and modular.