I can attest to the Geigerrig and the Stanley bottles at least.
The Geigerrig is a damn tough bag with a great hydration system, I don't have this model, mine is a Geigerrig 1200 and it's awesome. I've used it camping, hiking, and even traveling (It's a surprisingly good bag as a carry-on if you remove the hydration pack, which is a piece of cake). I've even taken the hydration system out and stuck it in my expedition pack for a 9 day hike on the Appalachian Trail. The accessories are great for it, the inline filters are about $30 and work to filter 50+ gallons of water while you drink it. Do get.
The Stanley bottles are pretty nice, the mouths are huge, the loop on the cap is handy for a carabiner to attach to just about anything. Be warned though there is absolutely no insulation, cold drinks will freeze your hands, hot drinks can, will, and have burned hands...mine in particular. For $4 they're well worth the price.