Hey Sonspilon! Yes! Let's go through it together! Re pits, if you look all along the "crease" there are very small holes, pits, in the skin. They look kind of like deep pores. In my son's case, there are 8-10 pits, all in a row, with the large wound (a hole in the skin the size of a pea) at the end. You could google "pilonidal pits" but most of the images are pretty gross and don't really look like what my son has. Maybe google "pit picking" and there might be photos there. I actually never saw them until today, because when I would treat the wound, the lighting was not very good -- I just needed to get the BFI powder into the open wound and never even noticed the pits! Can anyone else jump in with a better description?