I am traveling abroad for 2 months and visiting multiple countries (France, Italy, Austria, Czech Republic, China, Vietnam, Cambodia, Thailand). I bought my main flight from the US for first class through US Airways with 120,000 miles and paid for other smaller flights/trains using my credit card (Priority Club Visa, etc). Half the hotels I am staying in I used points + cash options for Priority club, and the other half I am staying in hostels/hotels I paid in cash. I'm looking to pay (hopefully) not more than $300 for the travel insurance. So my questions are: 1. insuremytrip.com, international SOS, etc. require a primary destination and/or a total cost. I'm only staying in each country for 5-6 days max. What do I put as my primary destination? Also, since so much of what I'm doing is paid for by points, what do I put as the total cost? 2. worldnomads.com was the one I used to use for my trips. However, I just noticed that it really doesn't cover too much. It has a low ($500 max coverage) for stolen/lost computer and photo equipment, and my camera easily exceeds that. There's also only a $100 per day benefit for travel delay. Does anyone have any suggestions for travel insurance that provides better benefits than this? 3. My priorities for travel insurance are: 1) Emergency Medical 2) Trip Delay/Cancellation and 3)Stolen Items (bringing my macbook and my camera). Global Travel Shield seems like a decent deal ($361 for classic coverage) but in the fine print it says that Emergency Medical and Dental and Emegency Medical is only provided for the first 31 days of the trip. Is there anything that is around the same price that goes longer? I would definitely appreciate any input y'all can provide. Any suggestions or any previous good experiences with any travel insurance companies? Thanks!