Hi! I have that exact bag and have been using it as my daily carry for about two and a half months. I carried it as my main dump bag while we were filming the medical course, and then followed on with a couple of “in person” classes where it carried all of my tech gear and training aids. I think all of the RUSH bags look like they look–you’ll never “grayman” with them because of all of the PALS webbing. The color itself is fairly subdued and I found the gray to be lighter than their product shots. I think the double tap stands out less than the coyote or ranger green. As far as a pack, I like it more than the previous version. The concealed compartment is great–held what it needed to and if you didn’t know it was there could easily miss it. It organizes well. The laptop compartment is well padded and despite slamming my pack around, I never damaged anything inside. The sunglasses pouch at the top is larger than the previous version and can now hold full sized phones. I also found the shove it compartment to be more useful–swallowed up my jackets and other little bits I needed to stash quickly. Some of the complaints by others is that they removed some of the organization pockets, but IMO those were too constraining. I like having bags in my bags so I can grab and go (e.g. I carry all of my cords and wall warts in, ironically, the 5.11 med bag). I don’t need tons of little pencil/pen slots–this isn’t a student book bag. I like that they removed some of the forced constraint, but also recognize that some people like that, so your mileage may vary. Overall, I’ve found it to be a solid upgrade. In general, I like the AMP series better for blending in, but this new RUSH is just a workhorse and is my go to for rugged use. Both gear lines have their place.