I have my mexped micro setup as an IFAK that rides in my day bag. Had it out as I needed some aleeve and it ended up sitting next to my small edc setup which is contained in a Vanquest PPM slim. They are about the same width, but the PPM is taller by an inch or so, basically the same size as a maxped mini. What I would like to see is a vanquest pouch that is smaller than the maxped micro. The micro being about 3.75x6, something around 3x5 would be nice. I know the maxped 3x5 notebook pouch is too big, as it is around the same size as the micro and does not offer the level of internal organization, plus it clams at the top, which I do not care for. The Griffin pouch at 3x3.5 is a bit too small looking at a ruler comparison, but I do have one ordered to see if it will work in the "flesh"! What I really want is a vanquest edc pouch, around 3.5x5 max exterior dimension. No exterior pockets or loop fields or handles. Interior with a long pocket on the left side, with 3 pen sized elastic loops, for pen, AAA flashlight and another long skinny item such as a pocket screwdriver. Right side would not have a pocket, but would have at least 2 rows of elastic, possibly 3, divided into 2 or 3 sections. I really like how vanquest has the lower section of elastic on the right side of the ppm slim, and wish they would scrap the pocket and put another elastic loop row at the top as that usually ends up as wasted space in my setups. Ditching the right pocket would keep the finished product thinner, and allow for the upper row of elastic to be placed higher up so that the top of that side of the pouch could be better utilized. Plus it would stagger the elastic, a selling point vanquest already claims. What do you think? Good idea?