The Lens Exchange 200AW is very overrated imho.
Thanks for sharing your opinion. Assuming that as you indicate above ('imho'), it is your opinion, based on your personal experience Lens Exchange 200AW, and that you're not letting some forum poster form your opinion for you, like the internet version of a Jedi mind trick (because we know what sort of minds that works on, right?).
As for the review you linked, note that the person states at the end, "If you are using it strapped to your belt, this becomes a whole different story." That's how I, personally, use my Lens Exchange 200AW - and it's great for that. As for the differential padding, note that it's not called a lens case. Also, my 70-200mm f/2.8L IS II w/ hood reversed slips down into the case just fine (and unlike the poster I also have a Wimberley P-20 plate on the tripod foot, and it still fits in the case fine).
The link IS my opinion. I wrote it. And the hood would simply not fit without forcing it in. See the pic where the lens is fully suspended because the hood is stuck in the opening? I thought it was a terrible design, although they may have adjusted the size since then.
I have since become a fan of the TT lens changer series for this type of bag. But I did keep the big lens case 4 and I use that most often for transport, with its own strap.
Later in the thread I report that I also got the slim lens pouch 75 AW and really liked it. I never updated the thread but I have since had a terrible experience with that bag - the Velcro is not in the right spot and the flap will come open if you have a medium sized lens inside.