As an EMR, I like to carry a fairly extensive first aid kit whenever I ski, bike, hike, climb, etc. After putting those skills to good use a number of times, I've realized that some situations/activities do not require my full kit, which is large and hard to pack. So, I am in the process of building a second, more streamlined kit that can fit good medical supplies in a smaller pack. Since I'm not a fan of pre-built med kits (I'm sorry, but they are usually made with cheap and hokey materials/equipment), I was in search of a good organizer. I use Conterra organizers for my trauma kits (excellent organizers, by the way), but they were overkill for this application. This OR backcountry organizer is perfect for the job, plus it comes in a nice red color. Several different pockets, holders, and dividers for things like tape, wire splints, prewrap, gauze, alcohol prep, anti-septic, shears, steri-strips, large bandages, cravats, a small pocket mask, gloves, etc. etc. etc. The #2 size is going to be perfect for my Osprey Raptor 15 cycling pack. Time will tell on the durability, but it seems well built, yet still lightweight.