Full Leatherman Sidekick Review via TG This is a summary review focusing on a few points of EDC-interest. If you want more, the full review and pics are up on my site, linked above. Pros: "value-priced" spring-action pliers 3D Phillips screwdriver solid feel, great build quality tool "locking" system works well Cons: wire cutters are so-so one-handed knife opening isn't quick & doesn't feel natural I can see a few instances where LM simpilified the tool's design, probably for cost-saving purposes. Most noticeably, the wire cutters are V-ground and X-shaped. They get the job done, but require more effort and crush smaller wires before cutting through. I find it difficult to open the knife with one hand. I can do it in one motion, but it feels a bit awkward. If I reposition my hold half-way, I can deploy the knife in 2 smoother connected motions. It may just be that I need to get used to the tool's geometry, but I don't think so. Overall, I'm still quite impressed. I wasn't sure what to expect, with this being an "entry-level" offering and all, but it seems like a very nice multi-tool. For $40, I think it's a great buy. The ~$30 Wingman looks like a good deal as well, and I will probably buy one of each once they're released. For photos and more details, the link at the top of the post points to my blog review. If you guys have any specific Q's, let me know. I have a couple of LMs in my personal rotation that I can compare the Sidekick to. Disclosure: sample was provided at no-cost unconditionally. Update: Sidekick vs. Wave and Skeletool size comparison photos are in post #14.