I've mentioned my Omega 50014 before, but now that I used it a bit more I feel I can expand a bit on my first impressions of this travel brush.
I do like the fact that you for all practical purposes can choose to have a small or a large handle with this brush; it adds to the flexibility and utility, and should be a boon for those who sometimes suffers from sore and stiff fingers.
The downside of this as a travel brush is that it takes a while to dry - something it shares with all non-synthetic brushes. This means that for me it's a brush to use while going somewhere for staying in one spot... not for when I travel on the Go and don't always know where (or if) I'll get to shave the next morning. It does mean I keep two travel brushes on hand, but it's a very small price to pay for what I get in return; a bit of luxury away from home.
Bottom line? If you like boar, need a travel brush and can live with a brush you have to let dry for a bit... go get a Omega 50014 - it's well worth the rather reasonable price asked.