I own the older style badlands 4500, and that thing works. I will hall as much meat as your legs will carry, I like the fact that the pack distributes the weight up your back, instead of away from your back, and if you break it send it back no questions asked. BUT, the damn thing doesnt fit me just right. I think that if I tried the reg and not the tall it would be better. Dont like where the hip pockest are, and you cant add a holster to the hip. I have used the sacrifice to carry out meat, and anything larger than a mulie, you are going to regreat having it. The shoulder pads are to narrow.
Bottom line if you are going for deer, 2-3 days the sacrifce, or Sitka Bivy 30/45 would be awsome. Longer trips, and bigger animals you need a pack that is designed for it. Badlands 4500, Eberly Blue Widow/Dragon Fly, or equivalent.
Also go to a place that stocks all of these packs, or order all of them, and try them on, and load them up with all of your stuff. See how it rides on you. It is like finding boots, there is one out there that will fit your better, and you will like the layout of one pack (ie. pockets, panels, style), more than another. Trust me. Get your hands on all of them to see which one you like best, and which one fits the needs you have planed for it.