EDIT: Now with pictures! So I haven't seen anything on this light and I've been meaning to write something either here or in reviews. Not having a lot of time at the moment, I'll just give you a mini-review here. Mini-review: Fantastic. Seriously, I'd been looking at one of these or some other angle light for a while to put through some MOLLE on a pack or pack strap (the clip is designed with MOLLE in mind) and just hadn't gotten around to picking one up. Now that I have, I wish I'd ordered more than just the 1. First, the size is unreal, it's only about 2.75" long, and .75" in diameter. That's fatter than, but barely longer than, a Maratac AAA. Shorter than my Beta-QR, shorter than any CR123s I currently have. Combined with a super low weight (around .7oz w/battery) from the mostly Al construction and you've got an AA that carries like an AAA. If it had a place to attach a split ring I might consider it as my new keychain light (well, technically, it would also have to be made of Cu for me, but you get the idea. . .) Really, though, what makes this light stand out is the "beam". That's in quotes because by-and-large there isn't one. There is no throw. This is a flood light and by the time you are 10' or so away from a wall you've got either an overall diffused glow (5 lumens on low) or (135 lumens on high) light like a directional lantern, nothing like you think of from the lights we are used to playing with. (There's also a 40 lumen medium.) This light doesn't even really have a reflector. Instead it's got a piece of glow-in-the-dark plastic masquerading as one, but it doesn't do any actual reflecting. What the light does have is an AR-coated lens/dome that protrudes from the body and casts the light into a perfect circle onto whatever you want illuminated. The neatest thing about this all in the lens/protruding lens/no reflector shaping is that the light has 0 hotspot and almost no perceptible drop off. Just a great big, hard edged, evenly lit spotlight on whatever it's pointed at. At 1' from a target the spotlight is about 18" in diameter, and it scales rapidly from there. I'm out of time, but for me this is pretty clearly my new second favorite light. It's not going to replace my HDS (my favorite), and it isn't designed for keychain carry but you can bet that if I have a bag with me there will be one of these on or in it. I'll almost certainly be ordering another 1 or 2 in the near future. Anyway, anyone else play with one of these? What are your thoughts? Anyone have experience with one of these and one of the Zebra floods? I know Zebra puts some out with much higher outputs but are the beams the way I'm describing? And how do they compare size and weight wise? The lineup from left to right AAAs: 2 Maratac AAA Cu (rev 3 and rev 2 from my keychain, in that order), New and Old Prometheus Beta QR AAs: the TPF, Maratac AA Cu, L10C CR123s: Maratace CR123 Cu, HDS Clicky And again, from the top The TPF alone Note the die shape and orientation, it does affect the shape of the flood a little Showing the clip in profile, from the bottom curve to the start of the deep carry style hump is the 1" for MOLLE I'm guessing I could force the webbing into the hump if I really wanted, sitting as shown it is a little, I don't know, turny. Not enough to call it floppy. and you can rotate the body on the clip so I don't see this being a problem Something that surprised me: the tail cap, body and head are all separate pieces. This means you can use either the head or the tail to turn it on (and if you tighten the tail just before on you can push on it for momentary). Makes me wonder if the Maratac 2xAA Extreme is built the same way and if parts might be swappable. . . (sorry about the focus on this one, I didn't realize I had nudged it and only took the one frame) The magic dome in all it's glory the ring is steel, I'm not sure about the lens but I'm guessing acrylic. I've not really seen a light designed this way. No experience with the zebralights, but from photos it doesn't look like their lenses protrude. I have never before taken a beam shot, and I think this one is showing more gradation than the eye sees. What the eye does see is the dies shape that is evident here. The light is ~48" from the wall, and the spot is ~68" across. For you photo buffs: Fuji X-T1 w/an XF35mmF1. R (~50mm equivalent); f/5.6 1/32s iso 800 +0.33EV And, at the end of the day, a satisfying glow. . .