For the first time I was able to see some 4Seven lights in person at a gun and knife show today in Birch Run, Michigan. I don't like to buy my EDC gear without seeing the items in person first, or before reading an extensive review, video, or pictures for that matter. Their were plenty to choose from, some took cr2's, cr123's, AA's, etc. I narrowed it down to a select few: Quark 123 Tactical Quark 123 R5 Edition 123 Mini Titanium 123 R2 Edition AA Mini Titanium Not sure what they have left but here is their website: http://www.howesknifeshop.com/4SEVENS-LIGHTS/c155/index.html I enjoyed all of them, simple elegant flashlights, excellent LED and mode technology. I was able to try out multiple 4sevens today. Jim that runs the site was extremely generous for letting me try out each of the lights before reaching my final decision: Quark 123 R5 Edition, and here's why: Integrated Pocket clip Lanyard with split ring, swivel McGizmo clip(not sure if it's a McGizmo brand), and two adjustable plastic pulls. A nice belt nylon sheath with elastic sides. Extra O-rings. Tail click with momentary to cycle through the modes. Lastly the modes and outputs: 205 Lumens max, with 5 brightness settings + SOS, Strobe, and Beacon. The lowest setting on this light is called "moon light" as it's a very dim brightness, great for looking at maps on the road or for those moments where you don't want to bother anyone with your light. Lastly the good stuff, pictures: All 4sevens lights that I handled today were all well presented. Soft and smooth box with a magnetic front flap so you can see the light and what it has to offer. Even a little background information on 4seven's. A couple of the smaller lights were in a "jewelery" type box. Here is the Quark 123 next to a couple of CR123's lithium ions. A nice feature with the pocket clip is that the bottom of it protrudes away from the flashlights body for easy attachment to any type of clothing: A picture of the adjustable lanyard: One of my favorites with this light: Nylon sheath with a plastic loop, belt loop, and elastic on the sides. Lastly is a picture of the lanyard and sheath together showing that you can use both with no problem whatsoever. If you have any questions feel free to post or email me. I'm sure Jim from www.Howesknifeshop.com can answer some questions as well. Great service(especially for letting me try each light at the show today), and great products.