I got the Recsea housing for my s95 about 9 months ago, and took it with me to Cozumel. One of the main reasons I opted for this
housing is that it allows for access to all camera functions, something that the other available housings do not provide.
The housing is very well made, with solid construction, compact and easy to use.
O-rings are easily removed for lubrication.
I am using it with an S&S YS-110a strobe, just got the Dyron 16mm fisheye for it with the quick mount attachment,
and plan to add a L&M 1200 focus & video light.
As mentioned elsewhere, it's not a DSLR but it's also not as heavy and bulky and definitely not as expensive as a DSLR,
the photo and video quality is terrific for a compact camera, and allows for switching between macro and wide-angle underwater.
The housing has a small slot in the front which nicely fits a single (moisture muncher) desiccant capsule.
The screw-in strobe cover allows for inserting fiber optic cables for external strobes.
The camera fits tightly in the housing, maybe just a tad too tight; I had to attach a small looped thread to the camera
to be pull it back out. Of course now I have to be careful that the thread doesn't catch between the seals.
Bluewater service was excellent, and they followed up to ensure I received it and
everything was in working order.