I like mine a lot - but be careful not to overload it for a Camino. I use a 60L for wilderness hikes - I use a much smaller pack for the Camino. After 2 Caminos with 30L pack - I will use a 24L pack for my next Camino (now that my gear list has been refined)
While 99$ might be a bargain and the pack itself might be good (honestly, i have no idea)... 60L and 2,5lbs are far from being ultralight in regards of Camino...
But if someone is looking for a "one-for-all" pack for the camino and afterwards the world tour... well, who knows.
Depends on what you comparing it too. Compared the the heavier 5-6lb 60L packs designed for backcountry hiking (before the current ultralight packs became more the norm) - it is certainly lightweight. For the Camino - you can certainly go lighter.