Thrashrul helped me figure out at least one way to get pictures on this site. Thank you. My EDC doesn't quite measure up to the rest of the crowd here, but I drive a rolling toolbox to make a living, and it is pretty heavily redundant in and of itself just for the sake of making sure that the job gets done. What I carry in my pockets is pretty minimal, and that is largely out of necessity. I often find myself working inside cabinets or in crawl spaces and lumps in my pockets become literal PITAs (or should that be PsITA?). At any rate, I got hooked on the relatively new single AA LED lights, and that created a need for a new way of carrying stuff in my pocket. My LF pocket is keys, and keys only. They make enough trouble all on their very own. I could manage a couple of items in my RF pocket, but three just simply end up in a pile. In my mind I knew what I wanted, but I couldn't find it anywhere. Seeing my web searches my wife asked what I was trying to find and when I explained it to her she asked "Why don't I make one?" Novel concept for a guy who doesn't sew. That's how I got here, and this is my EDC: My wife helped me come up with two versions of this. This one is the regular EDC: And this one is the Sunday formal version: I could find pouches designed for use in cargo pockets or for belt wear, but nothing that seemed to work for plain old blue jeans. These keep my gear from rattling around, beating itself up and/or beating me up when I have to go crawling around somewhere. A nice benefit which I hadn't been seeking is that I now know exactly where in my pocket to find which item. Except I am going to have to get my wife to make another version of the Sunday formal--I have it backwards of the EDC version--wasn't thinking that through quite fully enough. And since I know someone is going to ask--the funny bright marks on the knife blades are signatures by Chuck and CJ Buck. I have a thing for Buck Knives. Something over 20 years ago I worked for them. Good folks in my book. Thought I would share the results of my collaboration with my bride. I hope you enjoy.