Well, I've been building and re-building this kit for months, and I’ve just re-engineered it and how I carry it, so I think it will be at a solid configuration for a while; Figured its time for a thread on it. This is a little long winded, sorry about that. The big change I've just made is to make it a stand alone item to carry; self contained, secure, and no sheath or pouch needed. I was having a hard time finding a good sheath/pouch to use. A skinth didn't even work, because to get anything out, I had to pull it all out to see what I was getting, then replace what I didn't need. A pain, especially on my knees in a snowbank or under a truck somewhere, trying not to loose the tools... I used a clam shell style 3"x4" zippered pocket camera case for about 5 months, and while it almost opened all the way for easy access without dumping everything out, the items were still just loose in it, and hard to not drop/loose, or keep organized. When I discovered that I could nest two Victorinox bit holders together to hold bits and wrenches solid together, it sparked the idea to carry it all without a sheath. The centrally located 1/4” hex bit friction fits snugly into both bars, and holds them together. The holders only carry 10 bits, and doubled up still only 10 as one side forms a cover. But offsetting it because the 1/4” socket drive adaptor won’t fit into the cover bar, provides room to leave a bit in each wrench, giving 12 spaces. I chose to leave a 3/16” flat driver in the ratchet, and a #2 Phillips in the L-wrench. They are honestly the two most used fasteners I come across, and this is fast and easy, no need to retrieve and place a bit when needed. If anything I just swap them between the wrenches depending on what drive style I need. Now, the next point was that 12 bits is rather limited options, but many more gets rather heavy. Thus, I added the double ended Leatherman bits that provide twice the options in the same general space. But, the LM bits are a 1/8” flat profile version of 1/4” hex bits… SO, in the larger bits, the driver tip itself is not full profile in one direction, and in turn less contact area to the fastener, and a weaker driver. For drivers smaller that the 1/8” thickness, you get full profile, and full drive contact. What I am doing is mixing the smaller drivers in LM bits, with larger drivers in full profile 1/4” hex bits. A couple of the bits I don’t actually need in that full 1/4” drive, (for instance the 1/8” hex bit) but I ran out of LM bit card spaces, and had left over full size spaces, so I opted to fill them with useful bits. Finish by epoxying the LM bit card in place on the bit bar that hold the bits, being careful to clear the wrenches, and not hinder the flex of the clips holding the wrenches. The big problem I had though, was needing to carry the extensions. They are great because they provide clearance of work surfaces for your fingers to get a full grip of the wrenches. Not to mention reaching into holes/tight spaces. Also, the Leatherman extension is obviously made to drive the LM bits, and holds them much better than the wrenches alone, or the Victorinox Extension. Why carry both extensions? Because the LM one being able to hold the flat bits is a deeper socket, and while it does hold full profile bits OK, I prefer the shallower hold of the Vic bar for clearing in smaller spaces. Also it obviously gives twice the extended reach to have both. The easy solution is that the Vic extension fits in the holder clips on the Vic bit bar. But another whole bit bar to carry the extension is too bulky(and doing so would tempt me to carry another 10 bits and run the weight to high!) And that only solved it for the one, the LM extension is too big of a dia to fit the Vic bit bar clips. I needed to have the clips, with clips to fit the LM bar too, and attached to the main bars to keep it all ones solid item to carry, without adding much bulk. The solution was to get two more Vic bit bars, and cut them down to remove the bit storage and make short simple holder clips for the extensions. Then I lathed the LM extension dia down to match the Vic, and epoxied the mounts to the main bit bars. List of included drivers/tools; Victorinox ratchet Victorinox L wrench Leatherman extension Vic extension Custom 1/4" hex wobbler (see pics below, and slightly more details Here) In full profile 1/4" hex bits; 1/4" hex to 1/4" square socket drive adaptor 1/4" hex bit 1/8" hex bit T10 security T15 security T8 security PH #0 PH #2 PH #3 3/16" flat R2 Victorinox Micro flat driver/eyeglass screwdriver And the Leatherman bits provide; 1/4" hex (redundant, but its on the 6mm bits opposite end) 6mm Hex 7/32" hex 3/16" hex 5/32" hex 9/64" hex 5mm hex 4mm hex 3mm hex 2.5mm hex T20 T25 T27 T30 R1 R2 1/8" flat 3/32" flat 3/16" flat # 2 PH Edit April 2nd, 2013, Verson 2.0 with Topeak Ratchet(page 2 this thread); http://edcforums.com/threads/my-custom-pocket-vic-leatherman-driver-bit-kit.106367/page-2#post-1532654 V2.0; Bottom(doesn’t technically have a top or bottom, but I keep considering the side with the extensions on it the top, or front…) Top; And opened for bit access. The central 1/4” hex bit fits snug into both halves, and holds them together. The other side, open. Here is a close up of the trimmed down holder bars, and the epoxy line. Also the turned down Leatherman extension In BO/SS 2–tone. Here is the custom wobbler extension stored, it fits onto the end of the Vic extension, and I epoxied a small magnet to the bit bar to keep the tail from flopping around. (sorry for blurry pic), and a couple pics of the wobbler itself, as used.