Joshua G.wrote a review of Osprey Packs Shuttle 32 Rolling Gear Bag - 6713cu in on November 19, 2012
Familiarity: I've used it several times
Has survived multiple landings in developing world airports - it would probably stop a bullet.
Two issues: you can fit a lot of stuff in this, but since it starts at nearly 9 pounds you have to be careful of getting hit with the overweight baggage fee. That's not the bag's fault, that's you for packing too much in and the airlines for being filthy mugger pirates.
Second is that the slack on the compression straps is held in with plastic clips. Since you'll want to keep the straps from dangling once it's all compressed (lest something catch on a conveyor somewhere) you really need these, but the plastic clips are a little thin and have broken, likely when a baggage thrower flung the bag by the straps instead of the handles. However, Osprey on request sent an envelope full of replacement clips.