I'm looking at getting a 4"+/- prybar for my multitool kit, and right now it looks like my options are: - CountyCom Pocket Widgy (normal or straight?): pros: cheap, 4" long, heat-treated tool steel, no bottle opener; cheap! I can buy two (normal & straight) for the price of an artifact; cons: how thick are they? - The Gerber Artifact: pros: I like the idea of a little razor knife blade, and a gun-ready philips screwdriver makes me happy; cons: I don't exactly trust gerber, I doubt it's that strong, I have doubts about the versatility of the philips driver, it's only 3.5 inches long, I don't need anymore things with bottle openers on them, especially things I could be pulling in and out of pockets. - Schrade Tough Pry Tool: pros: wrench cut outs; hex driver; strap cutter; .125 inches thick; cons: hooked bottle opener; titanium; looking at about $27 plus shipping; I already have plenty of hex drivers in my multi tool kit; 3.25 inches long;looks a bit wide and spikey for a simple pry tool. - Boker Magnum VAT Vox Access Tool: pros: carabiner clip, .15625? inches thick, bottle opener isn't obnoxious, has a nail puller; cons: only 3.625 inches long, titanium, costs $40 with shipping - Anso Pry Bar 12: pros: absolutely beautiful, can be used as a key dangler, the bottle opener's existence can be ignored, 4.125 inches long, .125 inches thick, beautiful; cons: titanium, costs $85 with shipping; no notch on pry end. This thing is intended to be a working tool, so I'm curious as to how strong the titanium tools are. The BokerVoxVat seems to be a popular little guy, but at that price I could get one of those stunning Anso pry bars, which could be worth it if they are in actuality a phenomenal tool? The obvious choice is to get both kinds of 4" widgy's, but I'd love to hear you guys' preferences/experienes? Is there another prybar I'm missing? I do have a Piranha and a Pocketwrench II which serve admirably as mini-prybars, but I want something more sporty and gracile for fussy work, and neither has a pry-notch thingy on the pry end. I'm also on the lookout for a ttpockettools 7-10, but like the piranha and pocketwrech that falls under the wrench category and not an agile prybar.