Everybody remembers the old angle-head lights from Vietnam, right? I always wanted one, but never bought one. A few years ago, a company made one that I liked. I think it was the Paragon light. It was an LED version of the Vietnam light. Surefire sued them over a patent issue, and the company is dead. I heard the light that I liked was no good anyway. Very little over the years has come on the market that compares with the old Nam light. The Zebra Light looks like a worthy offering, but I wouldn't use it as a headlamp. I'm wondering if it is a good choice for wearing on my chest when walking at night, and not wanting to have a light in my hand. Alternatively, I might go with the Ultrafire swivel belt holster that holds standard one or two-cell lights. I'm a little surprised at the lack of attention given to angle-head lights over the years, considering the great leaps in progress and technology we've seen since 1990. The Nam angel-head was a great idea. It's only drawback was the incan bulb. I'm totally sold on the Surefire Minimus, but to me, that's not an EDC light. That's a once-in-a-while-weekend-excursion light. The Ultrafire holster makes an EDC light a hands-free light, just like the angle-head, without having to draw attention to yourself by putting it on your head. To look at the Ultrafire on a website, I'm wondering if it holds a light securely.