Since I wanted a pack that was in between the standard "Assault/3-day patrol packs" and the "buttpacks/waist pack/lumbar pack" sizes... I looked through my fabrics drawer and found some Tri-Color DCU material in 1000D Cordura....and went and got the tan webbing straps and some other things...made some rough measurements, and whipped up a modernized MOLLE version of the classic Boy Scouts Yucca pack. Dimensions of base pack; 12" tall 9" wide 5" deep MOLLE slotting is as follows; 12x9 panel; 6 rows and 6 slots 12x5 panels, 6 rows, 3 slots 9x5 panel (bottom), 3 rows, 4 slots. It is a little bit bigger than the Recon butt pack, but more versatile and flexible owing to having 4 panels of MOLLE with which to attach MOLLE equipment to. Clean pack, with flap over Side view of clean pack Bottom of pack, the MOLLE is for attachment of compression straps for gear, OR a MOLLE waist pack. Back of pack, without shoulder straps. 4 D-rings to attach straps to, or to lash pack to whatever you want to lash it to. Stuffed with T-shirts. it was laundry day for me... Overlapping "ear" flaps, for keeping most of the weather out Flap moved out of the way, showing full panel With 3 Coyote Brown pouches, 2 DCU canteen covers, stuff sack with sleeping bag and coleman inflatable bed roll all attached. Showing the canteens, and the USGI LC-2 pack straps Comparison picture of pack without stuff sack and bed roll, next to a Recon pack. MOLLE Ka-Bar adapter used to mount small bowie knife sheath to upper utility pouch, and shotgun ammo box pouch on side Detail of side, showing how the CB pouches effectively double the volume of the small pack.. detail shot of the black shotgun ammo pouch's attachment..since it is an LC type with belt loop, I used another MOLLE ALICE/M1910 Adapter on the side MOLLE. With green stuff sack mounted under the flap, next to the small Recon pack. Next to my large green hiking backpack that I made for myself. Hope you guys enjoyed this post! Gear kit load is as follows as of today; Main compartment; 1 pair of BDU style pants 1 long sleeve Polyester jersey shirt 1 acrylic fleece shirt 2 pairs of socks 1 pair of underwear Top Coyote brown utility pouch (wide one); 4 tarp stakes 4 6' lengths of guy lines 1 deodorant stick camp soap fork spoon 4 granola bars Lower Right Coyote Brown utility pouch 2 packets of Idahoan Instant Taters 1 packet of Tyson Foil packed chicken 1 packet of Wise Food company's dehydrated pasta entree 1 packet of Uncle Ben's rice 2 packets of hot chocolate Lower Left Coyote Brown utility pouch Individual First Aid Kit; my own mix of items I use most of the time and items I am trained in. Black shotgun ammo pouch; small bat-wing tarp, it is silnylon and in grayish green camo..it is approximately 9 feet long ridge line with a 7 feet wide corner to corner width; I usually use this with a hammock, but can use it as a ground based shelter. I might look into getting either a Coyote or DCU USGI MOLLE Waist Pack, and a belt pad so that I can put the Kelty topquilt into the bottom and use the top for the sleep pad. Not shown in the pics, an IDF small revolver round pouch thats holding my compass and small LED light. Obviously, I also have a knife attached to the pack.