Some of you may be aware of the mobility vs firepower equation when it comes to your EDC system and even your BOB. For those of you who aren't aware of the mobility vs firepower equation it's basically the weight or bulk of an item vs it's usability and overall power. The mobility vs firepower is easiest to explain when talking about firearms. If you carry a gun everyday, say a full size glock but it's to big and bulky so you don't have it on your person all the time it's firepower doesn't outweigh it's mobility. If you don't have it on you when you need it it's useless to you. So maybe a Sub-Compact Glock is better if you are more likely to have it on you in say an ankle holster instead of on your belt or some more comfortable way of carrying the gun so you have it on you 95% of the time or better compared to the 45%-50% of the time you carry the full size gun. Nutnfancy explains it best in his series of videos called http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z50PFup95F8"]Mobility vs Firepower by Nutnfancy, Part 1[/URL]-3. if you have time watch it he does a better job of explaining it than I do. So what I'm asking here is how much does the mobility vs firepower equation come into your set ups? Does weight concern you when you plan your EDC or BOB system? or do you prefer maximum firepower and really don't corcern yourself with the weight of your pack? I know people on both sides of the argument. Some people don't mind the 8oz leatherman, 7oz folding knife and full size glock and two spare mags. They lean toward the firepower side of the argument Other's (like myself) prefer to carry a Spyderco Delica 4 (2.4oz) and a Leatherman S2 Juice(4.4oz), these people lean toward the mobility side of the equation. Another side of the equation is that sometimes a little extra weight is worth it. I do think the Leatherman Wave is more capable than the S2 Juice. That being said the S2 Juice (once I order it) will be a big load off my back (almost 4oz to be exact) and it is still plenty capable of delivering what I need it too. You could look at some people who carried Leatherman Squirt multitools. The little thing weights just 2oz but is restricted in how it can be used. So in some cases no matter how much you like the LM Squirt the Juice may be better for you, or that being said the Wave or Charge may be better depending on your needs. Well I'm rambling, what is your take on weight and the Mobility vs Firepower equation?