The pictures are for the gentleman who was on the fence about buying a Snake Charmer... Without further ado:
The "front" of the bag. I only designated it the front because the loop on the top seems to bend back towards what I would think the back would be.
Speaking of the "back", here is a shot from there.
My "front" pocket opened up. The pocket is by no means even close to being full.
The other pocket--maybe a little bit more full, but I could surely still stuff it even more.
From left to right:
Microsoft Bluetooth Mouse, Mini DVI to HMDI/VGA/DVI/TV Out, DVI to VGA Adapter (not sure why I still have that around...), Grounded 3 prong extension for my Macbook charger, Macbook Power Brick, On the pouch: 1.5 ft. USB-B cable, 1.5 ft. 5 pin mini USB cable, iPod/iPad connector cable, 3 foot micro USB cable, above pouch: iPad charger brick, 10 ft USB extension cable.
Like I said, my snake charmer is no where near full--but it has replaced roughly 3-4 pouches worth of material. I very much like it. Obviously, with having mesh sides, there isn't that structural integrity as a Tom Bihn enthusiast might be used to, but it works and fits in my bag nicely.
This thread shows it packed in the bottom of my bag when I was at work--the bag was fairly full. Below is how my bag will more than likely be usually packed.
It's a very nice item--so far for the 6 hours I've owned it, I'd definitely recommend it.