Had my loaded bag on the kitchen cabinet against the wall. 7d, 5d, 100-400, 17-40, 24-70, 135 and a bunch of flashes all loaded up for a road trip. Didn't realize my wife had gotten into it to grab batteries. Grabbed the strap and went to swing it up on my shoulder. Gripped 5d with the 24-70 mounted on it came loose, made a graceful arc and hit the hardwood floor. Lens cap and hood popped off and went one way, lens and camera bounced across the floor. My stomach hit the floor about the same time. Picked up the camera with shaking hands, powered it up and fired off a couple test shots. All blurry in the LCD, I mean completely out of focus. Had the lens on manual focus and didn't realize it, panicked for about 5 minutes before I noticed that little item. Switched to AF and shot half a dozen shots around the house. Every thing was razor sharp and I've carried the same camera and lens for the last two years with no issues. I was very lucky, and now I double strap my cameras in the bag and always check to make sure the zipper is closed up tight.