I found this forum several days ago. This is my first real post. The thing that really caught my eye was the little pry bars, especially Atwood's stuff. I wish I'd thought of that. I stayed a little late at work the last couple of days and made this: It's made of D-2 which is a carbon tool steel that has a high chrome content so doesn't rust as easily as some other tool steels. I hardened it to about 56RC. The little notch toward the rear fits the bits from the Leatherman Surge Bit-Kit. I worry about cranking too hard on the bit holder in the Surge so for tough screws I can use this for more leverage. All the holes are just to remove some weight. I tapped one of the holes 1/4-20. Not sure why. I made the front and side blades real sharp. I'm not sure if that was a good idea. I'll start using it tomorrow. I'm sure there are things I'll want to change. My next one should be better. I am looking forward to extensive testing of the bottle opener over the long weekend. I'd appreciate any thoughts you folks might have to improve this design.