I've been loving my Door Gunner lately. Not real big so it suits carrying a few essential items while scouting but allows me to be super mobile.
I haven't worn it a lot while hunting yet (only a couple of days here and there) but have used it as EDC and an archery range bag a lot. I'll be wearing it a lot in a few months over our summer when I bowhunt most days.
I have a late season, 14'er, and a shape charge....favorite is the 14er.
lets you separate shooting sticks/ bow hanger/ rattle bag/ spotter/ jackets/ rain gear etc. with the long inner pockets or sleeves if you call them that and keeps things from getting scratched , banged, and tangled. the built-in top pocket is easy to get into even when hanging it in a treestand below you for a call or snack...... and the quick access with center zip is nice for rain gear or puffy. the narrow but taller profile is nice also compared to the other 2
I've been using a 14'r this year. For tree stand hunting it's a shape charge. But if there is a possibility I may have to pack out heavy, I compress my Cavern down as a day pack. Different situations, different packs. But the 14'r can carry a surprising amount of weight for it's size.
I switch back and forth between my Timberline II for scouting and EMR II when hunting. It's super nice having a large volume bag on a comfy frame capable of packing out 100+ lb loads the first load. This will likely save a trip when successful. vs a daypack without a frame. The larger bags usually don't weigh much and compress super tight to the frame.. I hardly know my pack/frame is on vs a heavily loaded small daypack that is loaded to the hilt and designed for 20 to 30 lb loads.