If you PM me with a good email address KiwiR, I can send some - I can't get them on here because my camera does not take pics that small and I have never found a way of reducing their electronic size (anyone know how to do this?). However, they are not very illuminating 'cos the tankbag is just laid on the bike for now; may get around to fitting it again - certainly does not take very long to do.
As for the tankbag, I have just taken a look and it is an Oxford "Sport" with a separate base as a mapcase; so I strap this base to the bike using the straps around the bar risers at the top, and underneath the seat and around the frame at the bottom (I remember that I needed an extension strap for the bottom and a local dealer just gave me one when I asked - very nice of them). Then the case can be used for mapreading or the rest of the bag can be zipped into place, just like Oxford always intended!
As I mentioned, the straps tend to pull the rectangular bag out of shape to suit the curves of the "tank" with a few creases ensuing but the bag does not move around while travelling and the corner can be lifted OK for checking the oil.
ps Never needed bungies for this tankbag and they do tend to end up scratching the paint when I have used them at the back of other bikes.