Yes, my pack is a GoLite Jam2...2008 or 2009 model.
In the photo, I have the water blader positioned sideways inside my pack at near the top of the pack about where my shoulder blades are.
The Tubing tends to be long as a result and I have run it through a port built in on the pack and down the shoulder strap. (And I loath the idea of cutting my tubing to make it shorter....I need it long too as it is part of my Sawyer gravity filter setup).
I am using the supplied clip that came with my Platypus Hoser 1.8 L hydration system to attach to my sternum strap.
I do this for a couple of reasons:
* I find it convient to be able to easily grab it and take a drink on the go...no reaching around to find a dangling hose
* The most important one for me is that I don't like the tube hangings straight down and flopping around as I hike or slapping against my body or leg while walking, where droplets of water can leak out of the bite valve.
Depending on how empty or full my pack is, this will cause my hydration bladder to sink higher or lower inside my pack and therefore shorten or lengthen how much tubing you see at my sterum strap.
As of now, I have moved to using two 1 Litter Playtpus bottles on the outside of my pack, using the two pockets on the sides of the pack. The bottle that is hooked to my tubing is inverted so that water will flow smoothly while using the hyrdration tube. I then run the tubing up the side of the pack, using the side compression straps to hold the tubing in place and then down the strap and to the sternum strap, as you see here.
I changed because in cases where I was using a Bear Vault, I found that having the bladder inside the pack made it very top heavy, so moving them outside and down low made my load more comfortable to carry.
Is this setup unique for the Jam2? Don't think so. All of my traditional backpacks had a hydration port for routing the tubing out of the main pack to the shoulder strap.
The Jam2 makes it easy with the black and gold GoLite strap to hold the tubing in place on the shoulder strap....again, think that other manufactures of traditional gear does this too.
Hope this answers your question.