I knew some basics for what I'd want and use, and also knew some things I wouldn't want. Since my kit wouldn't be used for any really serious hiking or packing, weight wouldn't be a big issue, but I also wanted something convenient and easily stowable so size was a slight factor.
B. sealed bag w/wound care items
C. gauze & Sterile cloths
D. knuckle bandages (Cloth)
E. safety razor
J. butterfly closures (6)
K. fingertip bandages (cloth)
L. non-stick cotton
M. medium cloth bandaid (2)
N. Small cloth bandaid (2)
O. precision forceps
P. iodine tincture
R. large & small safety pins
S. small ace wrap, stretch wrap
T. sterile gloves
U. QuickClot (these expire)
W. antibiotic spray, flex-seal spray, deet, benadryl itch relief
Y. antibiotic ointment, antiseptic wipes (2)
Z. Asprin, duct tape
I only have a few of the regular-style bandages because I never use them and think they're worthless, but I have them just in case. I prefer cloth bandages and think they hold up better so they stay in my kit.
Ductape is a valuable item to have and can be used in many ways both medical and not. I keep the small clean roll in addition to what's in my toolbox.
The cross on the front of the pouch is an addition to distinguish the pouch for cases in which a traveling companion may need first aid supplies.