Can you confirm what the specifications of the integrated weight system?
Like other Scubapro BCs the system will support at least ten pounds in each pocket, and an additional ten in the two rear stabalizing pockets (5 each) I use soft weights, so they are easier to deal with, but you might be able to get a 12 pounder in each front pocket if you needed too, but I use two 5 pound soft weights on each side in the front, and two 5's in the back, when diving in New England with full 7mm wetsuit. VERY COMFORTABLE BC. I have worn a Scubapro Stab Jacket since they were developed in the 70's, and have upgraded every 5-8 years, until I tried this BC, wont go back, like this much better...MC
I ended up returning the BC before I used it. I purchased a Knighthawk instead.
The BC has two trim weight pockets beside the tank. It also has two zipper pocket weight pouches on the front sides of tbe BCD.
THe vest uses the standad weight bags (nylon cover-lead shot units in the 5,7,10,15 etc. sizes). In fresh water I use about 18 lbs (thick wetsuit > 3.5 mm). In salt water (Hawaii) I use about 25 lbs, depending on which side of 200 ponds, my body weight is (yes, I need to be about 20 # lighter).
In any case the pockets (whith clip-in slide outs let you really carry a lot of weight (I ware a Large Vest, but am more comfortable with X-Large clothing.
THis is a great vest, well made and comfortable in any diving position.
I'm not exactly sure what you mean by your question. The specifications are written by ScubaPro. The BCD has two easy dump weight pockets in the main body and two smaller non-dumping (trim) weight pockets on the back, underneath the bladder.
Full Disclosure: While I did purchase this BCD from Leisure Pro, I also bought a Mares Hybrid ProTech. Both had advantages and disadvantages but the Mares won out. I really like the tank buckle on the ScubaPro, but the flexibility and pocket configuration of the Mares. The Mares was also $200 less expensive, at the time.
Good luck! Hope this helps.