I've had my Lowepro transit backpack 350 aw for a couple of years.
Use it mainly for travels and dayhikes etc.
I like the format of it, but there are a couple of downsides with it and I really need to replace it.
The main problem is that if I pack it as in the middle image here and take out the camera, the walls are not steady enough to keep the lens at the top in place, it will fall down, and shake around in the bag.
(And I've even modified the interior to be a little bit more steardy)
I though really love the design (Doesn't scream "CAMERA BAG") and the detailing is quite good. The straps are fairly comfortable, and the size is manageable
What I don't like is as mentioned above the interior design does not work for me, the "top" compartment is a little bit of waste of space (even though I LOVE it for "non-camera stuff" when on hikes, but could put anything I put in there in a "lens compartment" as well so... (And when opening the bag to get to the camera equipment, everything in there is exposed anyway so).
Backpack - Not to big
Laptop compartment (Today a 13")
Need to fit:
5D Mark IV - Gripped - With 24-70 mounted (preferably also with lens hood on)
1-2 more smaller lenses (like 50mm or 16-35)
LOVE for some small compartments for smaller things (Keys, memory cards, batteries, passport when traveling etc)
So, any tips? Would love some images as well!