It looks and feels OK, but time will tell whether the bag will be able to take the weight of the loaded pedal board.
EDIT1: The pressure of the frame on the zip in the corners of the bag when you carry it is too large, and the zip is now damaged in both lower corners after only about ten rehearsals. You need to make some plastic inserts to spread the weight and protect the zips. And you need to do it before you start using the bag. Don't wait until your zips are broken.
EDIT2: After explaining about the above issue, I was sent a new bag free of charge. Hats off to Thomann and Palmer. Superb service.
The supplied elastic to hold a power supply was useless (it fell apart the first time I tried to use it). I had to use elastic bands and metal wire instead. Not a big deal, but does impact on how you feel about your purchase.
I upgraded from a small 65cm x 35cm bag to this (85cm x 45cm) bag. I doesn't seem much on paper, but the increase in size and weight is substantial. So be careful that it's not too big for your needs. When you have to carry your guitar, amp, and this to a rehearsal which is 800m away from your parking spot, you will regret that you didn't take up the flute! I am now trying to consider which pedals I can do without so I can move to a smaller pedalboard again!
EDIT 3: I never did move to a smaller pedalboard - I'm just more careful where I park! Sometimes I'll take just one multi-effects to rehearsals instead of the whole thing.