I have had the Urban Assault for about two months and only really used it on one trip. The main purpose for this pack was for airline cary-on. I have it prefilled with TSA friendly items and like that it has a seperate paded area for a laptop or my iPad for quick removal. Comparision shot next to a Rush24. The Urban Assault has one strip of loop area for a standard name tape or a 3" one and the mini TAD gear USA flag like I have. The back showing the pading. If you look close enough you can see on the left side a hole for the hydration tube when placed in the laptop/hydration section. Showing the straps. I had no problems with them and as seen later they adjust This tag is on the left shoulder strap showing off which model it its. This is the attachment point where the straps start at the top of the pack. They adjust for your chest. This is a shot of the top. You can see that the zipper pulls have paracord with a metal tube that allows for eazy use. Also the zipper are reversed making it look cleaner. The laptop area also has the waterproof zipper type. Ok now we move onto the pockets. First is the stash pocket that is secured by velcro where the name tape area is. Lifting it up allows limited access, but once you undo the compression straps, you are given full access. Inside it there is the large stash area and a small velcroed pocket. The velcro pocket will allow a magazine inside folded in half. The stash pocket allows for the magazine to fit with no problems. Moving on to the next pocket is the admin area. There is one pocket away from the body the allows storage in the mesh pocket and then there is one bodyside behind the admin pockets. I like the light colored liner for easy visibility. Also for some reason the mesh pocket is not sealed at the bottom allowing things to go behind it if needed. Now we are at the main compartment. Not too much orginizationhere here. Body side there is a elastic mesh pocket which is good if your using a blader in the hydration area and want to put your laptop in the main area. This is the oposite side has a pocket which is fleece lined. This is good for glasses or even maybe goggels. Ok this is the best shot I could get for the laptop/hydration pocket. There is padding all around and you can see the paracord hanging for the blader to attach to. This is the top media pocket. Its fleece lined and will fit your mp3 player/phone/ or glasses as you see fit. On the outside there is a ipod like image indicating its use so be aware. A nice side shot showing the placement of the side pocket. Both sides are identical. I also want to mention here that all the areas that would have strap ends have built-in velcro strap managment that keep them from dangeling. The side pcokets are padded and were designed for either water bottles or your laptop accesories like power cords and what not. Here is a shot with a freebe 5.11 bottle. They should fit most of the bottles sizes that we all use. All in all I think its a very well put togther pack that serves it purpose well. Camelbak really gets things done well.