Now a lot of people are going to bitch about this, and one US Senator is roasting them for it, but I think it is about time the airline industry did something about people carrying two weeks worth of traveling needs into the cabin. http://edition.cnn.com/2010/TRAVEL/04/12/carryon.problems/?hpt=Sbin Nothing pisses me off more than walking into coach for a short flight, and not being able to find a place in the overhead for my laptop bag. They are full to the gunnels with humongous bags, backpacks, and the kitchen sink. Even business class on US airlines is the same. Most of those bags won't fit in the wire frames that the airlines have to test the allowable limit. And the people trying to maneuver all their crap around are stumbling, bumping into others and asking the crew for help to lift the heavy bags in to the bin. I don't think charging more is the answer though. The airlines should standardize the rules and enforce them.