I use this with my Fuji X100, and it's a great system which protects the camera well, allows really fast access, and fast lifting to eye level because the camera is attached to a short loop which slides freely up and down the main shoulder strap. The only thing I don't like about it is the mechanism for attaching the camera via the tripod screw - means you can't put the camera down on its base.
The case has two fairly large pockets (one on each side) which will easily carry a USB cable, spare batteries, memory cards etc. I expect most folk who are looking at this case are searching specifically for a case which is as compact as possible, and I think a thinner design with a single pocket would have been better.
Note - the X100 fits perfectly well without lens hood attached; if you like the lens hood you'll need the slightly fatter SnapR 35.