Disclaimer: I haven’t walked my Camino yet, that’s happening in about 5 months. That said, I will be carrying the Deuter Futura Pro 34L. I live in a somewhat rural area so going somewhere to get fitted for packs, and subsequently try them out, wasn’t really an option. So, we measured at home and I ordered (and later returned) 7 other packs…(I know!!) Multiple Osprey, the Deuter Trail Pro (plus another Deuter), a couple Gregory packs, and a North Face that I already owned. All were in the 32-38L range. Over a matter of a couple days, I loaded the packs with gear and weights and tried them around the house. I found the Futura Pro to be immensely comfortable. Love the hip fins, love the ventilated back, I’m hoping it’s going to work really well. I’ve already packed (I leave in 149 days! 🙄), and I’ve been trying it out a bit. That said, I’ve read many an article or post about how great Osprey is, and their bags are so well reviewed. I really wanted one. But they just didn’t work for me or my body shape. So, as everyone else has already said, no matter what other people give you as pros and cons, you just have to go with what feels right to you. In the end, the right gear is the gear that works for you personally. Its sort of the same thing with shoes, right? I’ve tried multiple shoes that are highly recommended, and hated them. Find your gear sweet spot and go with it! I’ve found that to be true over decades at sea, on trails, and while traveling.