The following is how the pack was loaded in the earlier pictures.
left belt pocket - 9.52 oz - Aquamira bottles, knife, whistle, two photons, mirror, toothbrush, toothpaste in straws, chapstick, short pencil, paper, safety pins, cellphone, gps, headlamp, first aid kit, some TP and a box of matches.
right belt pocket - 10.62 oz - camera, windshell and possumdown gloves
top pocket - 16.76 oz - Montbell UL down inner liner, possumdown beanie and Drop Stoppers top
left side pocket - 22.22 oz - Silshelter, six Ti stakes, two carbon fiber tubes (to stiffen pad if it started to bend, they went unused) and my homework (the long white cylindrical object is a couple of pages of architectural drawings)
right side upper pocket - 5.26 oz - 3 x 8 Tyvek groundcloth
right side lower pocket - 0 oz - all my XUL gear was located here ;-)
Main body - 378.30 oz - 20 x 40 GG ThinLight 3/8" pad. I used a Marmot Hydrogen (long) in a stuff sack at the bottom of the pack to elevate the two gallons of water I started with as high as possible. One gallon was in a Costco cranberry juice jug the other in a 4 liter Platypus Water Tank with hoser attachment. These items filled out a layer immediately adjacent to the pad. The next layer outward from the pad featured my food bag and cooking gear on the bottom. Above it an Exped Downmat 7 short that nestled into the Platypus.
Essence pack weight - 13 oz
Total carried - 28.48 lbs
Knowing what I know now how would I pack it?
Belt pockets would contain camera, TP, chapstick, beanie, gloves and windshell. At lunch I moved the windshell to ease putting my camera away. Late in the day I was switchbacking up the shady side of a ridge and it would have been nice to pop the windshell on to lessen the effects of flash cooling during my frequent "catch my breath" stops.
The Aquamira, repair kit and first aid items would move out of the belt pocket. If any of those items are needed most likely you are stopped and your pack is off.
All of my lunches would go in the top pocket for ease of access.