I have this bag. It is pretty much perfect for me. I attach my tripod on the side with the mesh pocket holding one end and the strap securing it to the side. This works better than I thought it would.
For travel, I get everything stuffed into the bottom compartment. For walking around I put the body and lens in the top section (easier access, to drawer to pull out and put back in).
I've had this bag for about a month now. Overall, it's a great bag, very well built, and for the most part, comfortable. I don't have any "huge" lenses like the 70-200, so trying to stuff that one in isn't an issue for me. Empty, the bag is surprisingly light for a pack of this size, padded enough to carry a laptop.
For me, it lacks a couple of features that I'd want, like a simple way to carry a tripod. More important, though, is the bag lacks an adequate belt for carrying heavier loads. A 2" (50mm) belt would be more appropriate and fitting for a pack of this size, and would provide a more suitable way of attaching accessories or a water bottle pouch. 1"? What were they thinking?
With a wider belt and loops or straps for a tripod, the bag would be a 100% winner.