1) Short Essay Question: What do you intend to use this light for? This light will be kept in a little 'Emergency' kit in my car at all times. If I break down in the middle of nowhere, or even in the middle of somewhere, I'd like to have sufficient light to get to where I need to be. I'll also probably use it if I go camping or bushwalking at night (only 2-3 times a year). It's more a "I'd rather have it and not need it, then need it and not have it" kinda deal. 2) What Region/Country/State will the light be purchased in? I'm ordering online but I live in Australia so countries that ship down under would be preferred! 3) Price Range: An easy question, but you may change your mind after answering the rest! Let's say... $60-80 4) Format: I want a flashlight. PART B 4-9 inches. (Holster carry) PART C Doesn't matter as long as it's fairly ergonomic (which I imagine most are) PART D Considering it's purpose, I don't really care what it's weight is going to be. If it's a bit heavy then so be it. 5) What kind of "bulb". [ ] Don't care, just want the best fit for my needs. Probably an LED I'm thinking. 6) What batteries do you want to use? I'm thinking lithiums are the way to go here. 7) How much light do you want? [ ] I want to walk around a generally paved area. (15-20 lumens) [ ] I want to walk unpaved trails. (40 lumens) [ ] I want to do Caving or Search & Rescue operations. (60+ lumens) [ ] I want to light an entire campground or dazzle an intruder. (100+ lumens) Something that could vary functions and satisfy all these would be great. But I'd lean more towards the 40-60 lumen range if necessary. 8) Throw vs Flood: Which do you prefer, lights that flood an area with a wide beam, or lights that "throw" with a tightly focused beam? Place an “X” on the line below. Sometimes a flood is better particularly closer up or indoors. You won't have to "sweep" the light back and forth to see what you need to see. You can also just set it down pointing the general direction rather having to point it right at that which you are working. Throw (distance)----------------------X|----------------------Flood/close-up I'm not certain... for my applications I'm thinking somwhere in the middle is best. 9) Runtime: [ ] 240-360 min. (4-6 hours) [ ] 360+ min. (More than 6 hours) If I take it camping I'd like to know I could use it for more than one night. 10) Durability: Generally the old phrase “you get what you pay for” is very accurate for flashlights. [ ] Very Important (Camping, Backpacking, Car Glove-box.) 11) Switch Type: [ ] I don't care. 12) Switch Location: [ ] I don't care. 13) Operational Modes: Check all that apply. [ ] I want 2 light levels. (Brighter/short runtime and Dimmer/long runtime.) 14) Is it important whether the body is metal or plastic/composite? In this case "plastic" and it's variants does not mean "cheap" or poorly made. In many applications a plastic bodied light is preferable, hard use and water resistance comes to mind; think caving or lights that get dropped or abused. [ ] I don't care. If plastic is more durable I'll take plastic... 15) Special Needs: Is there anything else you want or need that hasn't been mentioned? Circle any below or write in your own comment(s). [ ] Waterproof – how deep: 3-5m deep. Just in case it gets dropped in to water when walking [ ] Belt/Jacket clip [ ] Holster [ ] Wrist/Neck Lanyard Cheers for the recommendations guys!