Ideally, all of the existing threads concerning what should be carried in a man's pockets on a daily basis. Since I do not possess the administrative power to do so, I encourage you to repost your photos here so we can try and consolidate everything.
That being said, what's in your pockets? Lists are fine but pictures are much better.
Canon SX260 (not shown here)
Pretty bare-bones carry. You likely use your blackberry for a lot of things, but a nice folder would certainly round things out a bit.
Here's my current EDC, minus my Blackberry (being used to take the photo) and my carry gun, which changes by the day or the season.
Keychain with Victorinox mini-sak (22+years and counting) and my Ohio State hat (gift from my daughter).
Pocket knife (Tiawan made Spyderco copy, gift from a friend 20 years ago).
Leather front pocket wallet/money clip with my initials engraved on it. Gift from my significant other.
Applegate/Fairbairn Combat Folder made by Gerber USA. Great fighting knife, my current favorite.
I plan to add a Surefire light to my EDC soon, just have to find/purchase a perfect model as my current Surefire is just a little large for EDC.
This is missing a few things:
Glad to see I'm not the only one who carries a handkerchief and comb.
What knife is that, Blake?
clockwise - top left to bottom left:
keys, flask (Green Spot irish whiskey), pocket sheath with biz cards and GEC locking folding knife, pen, moleskine reporter notebook, Case stockman folder, pocket sheath with iPhone 4 and Surefire tactical flashlight, Joker Navaja, tobacco pouch (custom latakia blend), Savinelli 618 Punto Oro pipe, czech pipe tool, lighter, wallet, and seiko 5 automatic watch
Looks like you'll never be without a knife. Seems like the only thing you might be missing is maybe a small multi-tool. Perhaps you could replace the small folder with a small leatherman with a blade. Really nice EDC though. Lots of quality here.
I have a small multi-tool in my camera bag. If someone makes one with bone or stag scales, I might consider it for pocket use. ;)