The Responder Pouch was designed by a SWAT Technician with the intent to have a kit bag that could be rapidly adjusted per mission. For staters, a unique feature of the pouch is that it is padded on front, back, and bottom making it good for electronics and more delicate tools.
On the inside, one side is fully loop velcro and the other has many dividers and loops. The middle/bottom even has elastic loops for beat-sticks, large flashlights, and more. The pimped out interior side has 3 deep sleeve pockets of varying height, an double elastic loop area of varied loops sizes, and an elastic loop snap. The sleeves are great for manuals and other slim items. The elastic loops have 4 channels for pen sized items and 2 for flashlight sized items. Keys work well in the snap loop, but it also works as a general connection point. Since the core of the snap loop is elastic, I worry the snap is going to tear through eventually. I recommend adding webbing or a similar material where the snap is mounted to fortify the snap. Back to the velcro interior side, I should mention it comes with 3 webbing strips with hook velcro on one side to use to hold down gear with. Although it is great they come with the pouch, functionality wise I find them sub-par to elastic loops since they are rigid. One can use them to secure about 3 objects effectively, but one can get more action going on with a loop matrix. Thus, I busted some out real quick to show an example. Keep in mind this pouch is very affordably priced so despite my elastic whining, the responder pouch would still be a deal even if the webbing strips were not included.
Both exterior sides have 8 channel PALS with 3 rows on the back and 2 rows on the front. The front also has a bonus velcro loop area for patches or ID. The PALS fest allows the Responder Pouch to be easily mounted to other MIL type bags or even vests. One such example is putting er' on the County Comm EOD pouch. One can be cheap and use the MOLLE snaps of the EOD pouch or MALICE clips can be used to mount on the other side. As a small note, the MOLLE snap side is made for 7 channels so the Responder Pouch mounts slightly shifted. The other side, however has 8 channels for a perfect fit if you have some MALICE clips around.
If you don't mind paying extra to fully exploit the velcro interior, I highly recommend this pouch as a unique tactical tool holding pouch.