Hello, I go by the monikor Inner Prop. This is a reference to the Rugby position Prop Forward. Your Inner Prop is just like your Inner Child, only more violent. Goldtanker, I did some time with the 25ID while in Afghanistan (We strike like tropic lightning, we're trained and we're ready to fight...). I should say I was there when they were there. I was in the Illinois Army National Guard with the 33d ASG. I just retired two weeks ago. I am an Eagle Scout and I am currently a Girl Scout leader (I have no boy children). I work for a major pharmaceutical company as a production supervisor(executive casual). My summer EDC is vastly different than my winter or spring/fall. Right now my EDC is: 1. Eagle wallet (I can't seem to find the link right now, but it's a really nifty wallet that holds a pad of paper and a bullet pen) 2. Listerine strips 3. About $2 4. Contact drops 5. Cell phone 6. Pager (work required) 7. White pocket handkerchief 8. Palm TX (PDA) with the US Army Survival Manual in it 9. Keychain 9A. Keys 9B. Sharpie Mini (new since I've been reading this forum) 9C. CC Knifelite (knife blade / flat screwdriver and a led light) What I'd like to carry (among other things): 1. Multi-tool (haven't decided which one yet, but it'd have to be small, executive casual you know) 2. Another flashlight 3. Pry bar 4. First Aid 5. Survival / Prepardness kit 5A. Lighter 5B. Tinder 5C. Tape 5D. Cord 5E. Compass 5F. Whistle 5G. Safety pins 5H. Foil 5I. Crazy glue Considering: 1A. Leatherman Micra 1B. Leatherman Squirt (S4 or P4) 1C. Gerber Clutch 1D. Gerber Shortcut 2. Nite-ize phone carrier (need one desperately, and I think this may solve some other problems) 3. Case Logic DMC2 Memory Card Carrier (to consolidate and organize my pocket carry) 4. Vaughn mini pry bar Need help with: 1. Organizing Winter / Coat EDC (I'm thinking of using thin baby wipe boxes) 2. Briefcase EDC (carry it with me to work, but not around at work and not otherwise, but I do have a lot of useful stuff in there, including a change of underwear). 3. Walking stick prepardness kit (I've seen one in one of the forums here and I have my own ideas about using PVC) 4. Ideas for day hike pack (I have a military fanny pack I'd like to use) 5. Car kits I have two mottos: "Don't spend any money" and "Don't take any time." I know these sound like impossible mottos, but my wife does the bills and I don't think she finds this to be a very high priority. Glad to be here.