These bags are OK if you don't have to haul anything anywhere. If you're simply storing stuff inside a vehicle or going from a building to a vehicle in a matter of feet or you have carts or ATVs / UTVs to haul your gear and never foresee a need to have to walk anywhere with your gear, then the Air Force bags are fine.
However, if you don't have those conditions and have to walk anywhere, these bags suck because you end up with a bulky bag (potentially heavy) that can only be carried by hand (i.e, no shoulder straps) or by heaving it up onto your back and holding each strap with a hand on either side of your neck (much like we do when we pack parachutes into these bags after a jump).
I have endless availability of these bags and I'd rather spend the dosh on the TNF duffle bag with the built in shoulder straps. Expensive, yes, but imminently more waterproof and entirely more portable walking any distance and up flights of stairs, etc and won't go out of style like the "tacti-cool" nature of black wheels and MOLLE gear seat covers, etc, etc, etc, etc, etc.
Alright, this is just fancy car camping, people. Move along, move along.