Sarge, I finally got one, but I was a little concerned about if the Seeker could hold the Karma Drone. One video recommended against it, so I was apprehensive when I tried and found the Seeker too small. But after reading kaponski's post on the Seeker, I tried a second time, and Bingo it worked. The initial problem was I was attempting to place the Karma behind the elastic in the main compartment, big mistake. I placed the launch pad behind the elastic and the Karma in the main compartment, with the props and the gimbal removed. Next I placed the gimbal in the upper zippered pocket and slipped the controller in the padded pocket, sliding it down lengthwise. I placed the props and prop tool in a thin zippered pencil bag and slipped that down the space between the Karma and the controller, next came two extra batteries in the space at the bottom of the bag to the left and right of the Karma. Finally a 2 L water bladder in the water pocket. That basically gave me the Karma, the controller, launch pad, two extra batteries, one battery in the Karma, for a total of 3 batteries and finally a 2L water bladder. The side pocket would give me a potential 2 more additional batteries for a total of 5 batteries. Finally, I placed the Seeker on my back, and it was very comfortable. I had space for a pack cover and probably lunch or some energy bars. It's great to have two great choices to carry the Karma in your quiver.