Soap and case
Bath PackTowl and washcloth
The trip shown above saw a huge thunderstorm hit in the evening. I awoke to high winds blowing water inside before I could get the tent closed up. A couple hours later a straight line wind hit me ripping the tent half down. After I fought my way out to reset the stakes I ended up with more water on the Specialist. I wiped it off with my PackTowl washcloth and went back to sleep. The next day I was happy to see that no moisture had soaked into the down.
Here is some other gear I carry. From the upper-left, going clockwise: a coffee mug, a tool kit (in the black bag), an iPad (why not), a packtowl and washcloth, a Tupperware eating dish along with plastic utensils, a first aid kit (in the green mesh bag), a pump, a mesh bag containing a number of repair items for camping gear, and off-bike shoes (slippers, actually). In the center is a toiletry bag, small compressible backpack (in the blue bag), and eating container along with a spork and knife.
The only thing I do not care for about the pockets is the side opening. While it can be nice to make access easier I have had items fall out of the pockets through these openings. It is especially easy for this to happen when a water bottle is pulling the side access open. Below can be seen a water bottle in place. The blue tucked under it is my UL Packtowl washcloth. It has fallen out (thankfully noticed by Dave) a few times. I try to remember to wedge it under the bottle now.