First a little background. I think buying camera bags in search of the perfect one can be a never ending quest.
I started with a Lowepro Slingshot AW200 but it was too small.
I currently have a Crumpler $7M Home. It's the bag I use most of the time. Only real downsides are the 70-200mm F/2.8 will fit mounted, but not very well, and there really isn't a convenient pocket or pouch for flyers, etc. that are picked up at shows. Also, the velcro is pretty loud which makes it inconvenient at church. It holds what I want and need most of the time, but also isn't good for carrying two bodies with lenses mounted.
I also have a Tamrac Velocity 9X. It works great for when I know I'll be using the 70-200 most of the time and want to keep it mounted, but getting to the stuff on the bottom when you have items stacked is kind of a pain. I may be selling this one.
I have a Crumpler $5M Home. Great bag for when I know I won't need the 70-200 and just want to carry a body and 2-3 lenses, or a body and 1-2 lenses and a flash.
I have a Crumpler $4M Home. Ok for a body and lens. May sell it or give it to my wife is she expresses an interest in a dSLR. Maybe an XT or XTI and an all-in-one lens like the Tamron 18-250...
I recently bought a Domke F-804 thinking it would be good for carrying two bodies attached to lenses, but it's just too big to use as a day bag. I may keep it to use as a travel bag for camera gear and laptop, or I may sell it.
Still with me?
I just got a Domke F-802 this week. I haven't had a chance to shoot with it yet. Just got it loaded last night, but so far it has a lot of potential. The only thing I don't like to far is the clasp that requires two hands to open. I'll try it out this weekend. Here are some pictures. You can check out the other F-802 review here on POTN to see how it looks totally empty.
It's a little taller than the $7M Home, but that's good because it will hold a 70-200 F/2.8 mounted to a camera. It's also thinner, and about the same length.
Tamron 17-50 mounted to Canon 40D, Canon 70-200 F/2.8 mounted to Canon 30D, Canon 100mm F/1.8 Macro, Canon 85mm F/1.8, manuals, Kenko 1.4X TC and pouch, large rocket blower, extra memory cards and batteries, altoids tin with moo cards , wireless remote, 430EX flash w/ omnibounce, battery charger with car adapter, 8 AA batteries, reflector, cleaning supplies. I think that's it, but there is room for more small items. Both of the magazine size pouches (internal and external) are currently unused. I plan to buy a longer lens this year, something in the 100-400mm range, and that will be the real test.
The inserts are three of the small insert from the Naneu Pro Sierra. Give them a call, they will sell just the inserts for about $10 each + shipping. I also have two of the large inserts for the F-804.
I hope this was helpful. There didn't seem to be many reviews for the F-802.