Hey Jim, it really depends on what features you want.
The Golite is a dead simple pack. The Gridstop is tough stuff, and the design has little to go wrong.
On the other hand, Osprey's design and craftsmanship are properly reknowned. I have a Talon 11 and a 22, and both are excellent packs. They are extremely stable on the back and have lots of pockets for quick accessory access. Great for mountain biking and skiing, as well as hiking all day and still being able to get to snacks, water, camera, etc without removing the pack. The fabric is perfectly durable, but not my first choice for bushwacking or canyoneering.
The complexity of the Talon has benefits that may or may not be worth it depending on your use and preferences.
I will also add that IMO, the Talon shoulder straps are the best design out there.