As requested (@Happygodavid), here are some quick shots of the bag loaded up for EDC (until the next family outing, that pretty much equates to work). (I have no idea why tinypic randomly rotates some pictures so I apologize.) Overall loadout will change depending on what projects I have going on but this is the basic haul. It's nothing really special but if someone wants to know what something is let me know. Note: the microstream and mini grip are typically carried on my person. Otherwise the torch is clipped inside the admin section and the BM is tossed in a zippered compartment. Front of pack I used the beaver trail exclusively since getting the bag so I decided I'm going to test the shock cord for a week at work. As mentioned in an earlier post, I have a couple ideas regarding the BT; namely in adding a Velcro patch and finding a way to mount it to the same tabs the shock cord uses. Doing so would allow easy access to the admin section while maintaining the clean look of the BT. This is the only thing that drives me nuts about the BT, it forces you to undo the top compression straps to access the admin section (reminds me of the EV1 original version that had the shock cord anchors outside the admin zippers). Other than those two things, the BT is AWESOME. Great functionally and collapses back down flawlessly giving crisps lines. I changed out the admin zipper pulls for red. I keep a FAK in the mesh zipper section within the admin pocket (also with a red pull). The red is so my wife/kids know which pocket the kit is located if they need access. For reference, that's a 40 oz HydroFlask and it's very securely held in place. Even being jammed under an airplane seat a couple times the bottle never came loose. Inside admin Side note... If you are constantly bringing a mouse along with you, the Microsoft Arc series is awesome. Folding flat allows it to tuck in pretty much anywhere. Inside main (again, more gets loaded up here depending on projects, coming off vaca I left most of my stuff at work). The Matroskya pouches are as advertised. During vaca I used them to hold spare outfits for my kids, sour candy (for kids in the plane), and used one as a laundry bag on the way home holding some dirty clothes to keep them from clean clothes/other items. Right now the little one is empty but attached so I have an extra small pocket if needed. (This [small pouch] may become the FAK and the blue one gets bounced back to my Daylite Plus for small outings/bike rides). Inside laptop (plenty of room and padding). I also have a v-kit on the way (scheduled for Saturday) which will go inside the CCW compartment. I used the [CCW] pocket to hold my wallet and car keys over the last week and loved it; likewise with my boarding pass, etc at the airport. Easy access while wearing the pack, no concern of someone accessing the pocket without you knowing, very inconspicuous zipper location so you wouldn't really know it's there. The v-kit will serve as dedicated holding spots (pistol wrap for the wallet, mag holder for keys. The other two mag holders will see use elsewhere but I haven't made it that far yet.) Overall I am surprised as how much I love this pack. No matter how much I loaded it up, the bag was comfortable and balanced. Likewise, when loaded with minimal carry, it compressed down very well. From the beach, to shops, to the airport, I never felt like I was bumping into people, weighed down, etc. The organization is so good it's actually hard to decide what to put where because there are so many options. Every other pack I have leaves me cramming to much some pockets while otherwise remain empty because they just didn't work for one reason or another. I'll post some more pics with the v-kit installed and try and grab some 'on-person' pics as well. If there are any other pic requests feel free to ask and I'll do my best.