I've got a home made peg bag which also holds my Bear Paws. I made it mainly so as to keep the dirty pegs off the rest of the stuff in the frame bag and also I take the pegs out as I put them in the ground and put them bag in as I take them up, avoids having to search for a missing peg. When I was making it the wife asked if i was taking up darts
It does weigh 10g though so maybe a luxury item
For my poles I've got 2 pieces of elastic across the top of the inside of the frame bag, spaced so I can slide the poles in (I think I've copied this from somewhere?) which not only keeps the organised but also means I can get them out without taking anything else out. It's such an efficient way to carry them that on more than one occasion weeks after a bivi I'll reach into the frame bag (I leave it on most of the time) to find I've been carrying my poles around, I'd never make it as a roady as I didn't notice the extra weight.
Before I had my Pole-A-Bear poles my originals were just a touch too long to fit in the frame bag. I had a MYOG pole bag out of VX21 with 2 rectangular rings on the side. This could be strapped on the side of the top tube using the same straps that hold the frame bag on.