Front of pack:
Two compression straps along each side, plus a compression strap from the hood to the pack; there's a mesh pocket on each side, with a little loop-thing. I usually carry water attached via carabiner to the loops.
Divider inside; this fits my 1-quart liquid bag, a full-size bottle of contact solution, with significant room left over for other junk, er, useful stuff.
Front, hood removed:
Pack pulls shut with a drawstring, which I then tuck inside the pack, close the front hooks, and start tightening straps. This thing is really spacious: you can see how tall it can be.
Hood has a pocket with a little keychain thing. This is large enough that I often use it for dirty laundry for the first half of the trip or so. It comes off entirely if you want.
Inside: There's a flat pocket against the back that I find useful for my laptop or a folder of papers that I don't want bent; there's not much give to the pocket, which makes it nice to hold a laptop in the right position weight-wise.
bottom to top:
hip belt: fully adjustable (it should be wore around the belly button for best results; I grabbed a measuring tape: over my PJs, my waist is between 24-25" and this adjusts to that, but I've also worn it over a winter parka and adjusted it over that comfortably); hip belt is nicelypadded
shoulder straps, bottom: like any good pack, the length of the shoulder straps is easily adjustable after you've put it on by grabbing the ends and pulling
sternum strap: if you look closely, you can see that it slides along a little track, so you can position it higher or lower, depending on what's comfortable for you. It adjusts in width, of course. (BTW, I popped it out of the little track once and was able to put it back in with some effort); I just noticed that there's a little loop on it; could easily put something light on a carabiner
handle: there's a handle
shoulder straps, top: again, like a high-quality pack, totally adjustable
tie-down straps: you can't really see it here, but the straps holding down the hood are also adjustable in order to compress the load as much as possible.
Oooh, baby, look at that lumbar support! I researched for about a year before buying this Kelty pack; what really sold me on it was the lumbar support: far and away the best of any brand that I tried on.