I'm starting to look for new saddlebags, horn bags and maybe a cantle bag and water bottle holder, just so I have matching pieces should I need them.
The local offerings are limited and grossly overpriced. I'm a little gunshy about online though, since the cashel set I spent over $100 on lasted a grand total of 2 months before every single flippin' closure on the things broke. I'm not that hard on my stuff, really.
I ride in an endurance saddle, not western, but the brand I like is Snugpax. I buy mine online from Running Bear Tack http://www.runningbear.com BUT also know Teddy, the owner, because she brings her mobile store to rides. Always have great service through her. She carries both English and Western styles. I wouldn't say they're cheap but they do last a long time and with endurance and CTR riders they're getting a lot of use (i.e., hot, sweaty, rainy use!).
FYI, I've noticed other COTH posters have said good things about both Snugpax and Stowaway brands.
It's just grass and water till it hits the ground.
I like the Trail Max stuff. the one that's a bottle holder I can't figure out how I want to secure it- but the little pommel bag is great for chapstick/hoofpick/cell phone/horse treat or two. I like their cantle bag, too.
Ditto on the snugpax and stowaway. I have several that I've had for many years and use all the time. I find alot of high quality trail items offered by endurance catalog companies such as running bear.
The trailmax 5-piece system looks like what I want.
I like the snugpax/stowaway bags too, and used to have a stowaway ages ago for my dressage saddle when I was doing endurance, but I think I could fit lunch, drinks and my DSLR (my 'trail camera' is an old beat up canon rebel) in the trailmax ones more easily.