How I plan to use the Decker, is to use a separate lightweight duffle style bag, behind the decker pocket, that contains most of my camp supplies. That way, I do not have to dig and sort through the main bag to access the camp set up. This will be helpful If I need to move every night, but also if I want to do basecamp style backpacking. It's a simple and quick process to pull that duffle bag out behind the pocket or put it back, and be on the move again.
This allows me to keep all my day hiking supplies in the decker pocket. I do a lot of basecamp style hiking, where I set up camp, and do day hikes from that one location. Sometimes I want to stash my camp supplies, and set up at a later time. This will also be helpful for that purpose. For hunting, It will be nice to not have to dig your camp out of your pack everytime you need to setup. You can load that camp setup next to the frame, like you would a game bag.
There will still be circumstances where I would prefer the Ute and Tara setup over the Decker (hiking into desert canyons where I want a lighter daypack), but overall I am excited to use the Decker in the manner as I have described.