These are two packs that I've made fairly recently.
The lighter grey one has no frame, and the darker uses a Granite Gear Nimbus frame sheet, shoulder straps, and hipbelt.
For the frameless pack, I used some Granite Gear shoulder straps that I had laying around, and I can also use my Granite Gear hipbelt.
All dyneema came from Thru-hiker, and most everything else came from Quest.
My main goal in making these was simplicity, or atleast a fairly simple pack body.
I was pretty disgusted when I tore apart my Granite Gear Vapor pack and found that the seemingly simple pack was actually about 1000 pieces. Just seemed pretty stupid.
So the frameless pack body is made of two pieces of fabric (back panel, extension collar, body/bottom) and the framed pack is just two pieces. I wanted two straps on top to secure whatever I felt like, and with the pack body being essentially just one piece that's also how the pockets attach. Neither of these packs is UL and I won't bother listing the weights because you'd probably laugh at me. Ummm I carried the frameless pack this summer on the CT and it held up great, but I went about 7 days between ressuplies, and this compression system isn't super effective so I decided to build a similar pack with a frame. The framed pack was only built about a month ago, so it's only got about 100 miles on it, but so far so good.
Anyways, I'm sure I'm leaving out some essential information and if you've got any questions feel free to ask.
Additional (and more detailed) photos can be found here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/21196968@N04/sets/72157624092659983/