Ive a drawer-kept a Micra for years, and recently added a PS4 to my arsenal. While I have no gripes with my larger LM tools Ive come to the conclusion that I dont care for their micro sized offerings. I find the (universally loved?) Micra inconvenient to use, the blade isn't even SAK-Classic quality, and the tweezers are a joke. My new PS4's scissors flex so readily when I use them that the spring jumps up and around the scissor and locks the whole thing up. Its a design shortcoming. What I do appreciate about both, especially the Micra and in-fact all LM is the materials used in their construction. I hope the Juice CS4 that I know I have hiding under the tree is more like my Wingman and Rebar and less like my Micra and PS4 so it can see carry-time and not live in the drawer with my Micra and PS4. Anyone else have similar feelings re the tiny LM models?