Being realistic, we're talking about an item that at $50-100 will sell 2 0-50 parts in a year. What that means for the bag is that chinese factories won't even consider it. It comes down to begging one of the few remaining small US sewing shops to do a small run of reletively inexpensive items. Transio's design is awsome, but again with the volume, you would be asking a huge favor of a shop to invest in the programming to machine it, let alone tooling for an extrusion die to make a 100 foot bar once a year. I fooled around with an aluminum and textured plastic "door" that was hinged and locked, but I couldn't get around drilling at least a hole or two. That would surely have limited appeal.