I have a couple of other Osprey packs, and was looking for something mid-sized for an overnighter, and a larger Winter day pack to to cope with camera and lenses.
I used it recently in Wales for a wild camp, pack was fully loaded, around 12kg all in. Lid pockets are a good size, I use the top for lunch/mug/snacks and inner for wallet/phone. Side pockets are a good size, nice and stretchy - didn't lose anything. The front stretch pocket is brilliant, enough room for waterproof trousers and my oversize gore-tex jacket!
I've got Black Diamond Z poles and stashed them out of the way using the ice axe loops - this works a lot better for me.
Inside plenty of room for kit needed for an overnight. Don't forget there isn't a rain cover - dry bags essential for North Wales :-) Didn't need the bottom zip for this trip.
I put the tent on the outside ( small Terra Nova), using straps on the bottom of the pack, convenient for this overnighter.
Hip pockets perfect size for hat gloves and Sawyer mini-filter.
Comfort wise i was at the limit to what would really work for me and this pack, straps are pretty good, but anymore weight would be uncomfortable.
There's plenty of adjustment to get position right on back, and back system works to keep temperature moderate on my back.
If I could I'd add an integral rain-cover and more substantial belts - but then it wouldn't be the weight it is.
It's a good lightweight construction, worth and look and for me well worth the investment!