Don't forget a TLZ bag (top loading zoom). It's small, convenient, and makes for quick access. I've bought the Lowepro TLZ 2 (it's bigger), but the TLZ should fit a crop factor DSLR + kitlens just fine.
would it work with biking, the fastpacks seem to be great for that... don't know if i want the fastpack 200 or 250 in this case.. still looking for sugestions, i can get a 250 for 90 and a 200 for 100 CAD. :/
I've been looking at the crumpler sinking barge too.. I w ant my backpack mainly for biking so i have to be able to get things like food and drinks (drinks in a water proof bag or something like that) clothes would be nice as well.)