OK, so, There are a lot of times I need a screwdriver in a small hard to access place.. my bit kit has what I need usually, but working out clearances usually requires a wobbler/flex adaptor. Problem is, No-one makes a wobbler in 1/4" hex drive. Nadda. Zilch! I've designed one to have 3D printed, but $$ is also at zilch right now, so, on to modds! Started with a Powerbuilt 1/4" socket drive wobbler. Square hole ground lightly to accept hex bits, and magnet added to aid retention. Oposite square end ground to fit into hex openings. Magnet also added. This is how I was doing this before, a female square to female hex adaptor on one end, and a male square to male hex adaptor on the other. It came out rather long, and would hinder the help that the flex gets you, it usually needs to be as close to the bit/fasterner your driving as possible. It was Too long. You can see here how much shorter it is now, without needing the adaptors. And amazingly, I stayed within specs for it to still fit snugly onto/into 1/4” square drive tools/sockets. And, added a magned to my bit kit case to keep the tail end from flopping around in storage/transit. G.