Yes. I have finally taken the plunge and bought my first new disc golf bag since the early 90s. My old Wall City bag was just too small to accommodate a few extra discs I wanted to experiment with on the course and since I'm older now, I need to carry more water for those long courses. But, I gotta say that the old Wall City bag held up great with no rips or zippers getting caught or anything like that.
Now, I am the proud owner of a Discarrier bag. The golf bag is huge and with a couple of poles and some string I could pitch it like a tent during rainy weather and stay dry or string it up on my vehicle as a sail and save on gas. Well not really, but compared to my last golf bag, this thing is extra roomy. For tournament play I will be hard pressed to fill this sucker up with plastic. One downside that others have mentioned is that once you get it packed it gets a little heavy so I'm looking into getting some straps for it and see how that works.
Now, I might just have room for my Green Elite Z Buzzz.