Currently I have a Zebralight H502d and while I like the UI and find it great for close-up work, I'm finding for hiking/camping I need something with more lumens and throw. The want list: - battery type - doesn't really matter, although being able to run alkaline AA's in a pinch would be handy, I intend to run Li Ion's primarily - neutral or high CRI tint is a must - moonlight mode (<1 lm), I find I use moonlight a lot on my S1 and Quark and the low on my ZL so would like to retain that feature - a good flood/throw balance, this is mostly for night hikes and camping but I do some night skiing as well so having enough throw to navigate at speed would be helpful - high/burst of 500lm or greater I've been looking at a couple Fenix offerings - the HL35 and HL60R. The HL35 is nice in that it uses AA or 14500, but the 950lm output and rechargeable 18650 in the HL60R is appealing as well. Zebralight is on the table as well as I do like the brand, possibly the H600? Open to other recommendations or feedback from those with any of the Fenix or Zebralights mentioned, ideally someone who owns both for a comparison? Cheers!