I have the Crew 11 version of this bag, which is a little more expensive than the Maxlite series, and I really like it, with one caveat.
I've owned quite a few Travelpro bags over the years, and they've consistently been durable and reliable. One problem, though, is that their international-sized bags (at least the spinners) seem really small in terms of interior space. Yes, I realize that spinners sacrifice space because of the wheel assembly, but for some reason Travelpro bags have less interior room than comparable brands. The expandability feature helps somewhat, but then you run the risk of it being too deep for a strictly monitored sizer bin.
I also had a TPro Bold 21 inch spinner that had a bit more usable space than the Crew 11. This may be a quirk limited to Crew 11 models, but it's worth checking out interior dimensions if available. Overall, I love Travelpro, but for the money, buying a Maxlite might be a better deal than one of the higher end models.