I used a SOG Paratool for about 10 years and eventually I had to admit to myself that I didn't really like it. It always felt wrong in my hands, just awkward and clunky. So about a year ago I bought myself a LM Charge for a my birthday, and immediately fell in love with it -- solid, precise, plenty of tools. But it was a bit heavy to carry every day, compared to how I used it. And really, 75 percent of what I did was knife/pliers/screwdriver. So I got a Skeletool, and it's with me all the time. It really hits the sweet spot for my daily needs. I still put the Charge on my belt when I'm in a "project mode, " especially if I'm away from my workshop and tools all day. And I just got a Boker SubCom for when I have to put on a suit and do business, but by and large the Skeletool is my EDC mutlitool. I don't think the Freestyle will displace it for me, if it doesn't have the driver bits.