I use this bag indoors for location music recording.
It appears to be well made- time will tell. Very rigid with very grippy velcro used throughout. The bag unfastens in every conceivable way to allow you to access compartments or to see the side panels more easily (the protective boots that cover your connections are great but make it hard to see otherwise). Comes with two dividers, one of which doubles up as a "tabletop", and four smaller cable management pieces. The see-through vinyl lid is also a pocket for notes, etc. It is removable and fastens on two sides using velcro (not so good if you're in the rain). Strap is comfortable and generously padded. The front pocket is just big enough for the compact PSU and its Hirose adaptor. The side nets are small and as such will each fit a usb lead, a card or two or headphone adaptors etc.
Pros: rigid, good velcro, comfortable, seemingly well made. Well balanced and (largely) ergonomic in use.
Cons: when using my F4, the flap that allows rear access to the recorder is narrow. This makes the whole bag stronger, however it's not really wide enough to clear any timecode connectors without first loosening off or removing the retaining straps that go through the recorder "handles". Also, if you have a Zoom expander capsule (I have the EXH-6) you cannot comfortably use this with the recorder in the bag. If you're planning on using the bag on your shoulder with timecode you should try the bag out with that connected before you buy.
Overall, I would recommend this bag if the rear flap isn't a problem. It's not cheap but I am glad I bought it rather than getting something non-specific for less.