I've been looking at a Charge TTi, but realized the other night that I carry great knives already and dont really have any use for a knife on a multitool. I hate having useless tools on a multi-tool (probably why i'm still carrying a cheapo coleman that was givin to me instead of buying a nice one, I cant stand the though of buying something with 25 features of which i utilize 4). I work in the IT/Networking field, but would like to keep something that will take care of whatever i need. Weight and size are not a concern. I would also like the ability to keep a set of t6/t8 torx for working on my good knives with the tool( I realize i'll have to grind my own for some of the leatherman tools). I'm not completely opposed to Having a blade, I just don't want something with 2 or 3 different blades. What are my options. The bladeless fuse or maybe a SOG/Paladin and buy individual tools to replace what i don't need? Daniel EDIT to add Pics of the two new toys: I ended up with a Paladin PT-540 and a SwissTool Spirit+ Ratchet. I used the PT-540 daily last week when i went to a youth camp to help out. I was primarily running electrical and network cables. I used every tool on it. Saved me a run to my tool bag for quiet a few things. It works great for punching down one or two lines or punching a keystone jack or two. I wouldn't want to punch more that that though ( you cant make up for the lack of an impact punch). Everything else worked well, but there was one thing that bugs me a bit. The handles bottom out against each other at the same time if not before the pliers do meaning if you are trying to pinch something very small, you can put much pressure on it. It's not a deal breaker but it can be annoying. Also, the sheath is lacking. It's leather, but isn't formed. it's just rolled up and bradded. I'm not too impressed by it. It works, but could be better. It seemed to fit better on my belt upside down (the snap is strong enough as of now that i'm not concerned about it falling out.) Now, because of the weight and the uselessness of punch downs while camping or hiking, I got the swiss tool. I decided to get the +Ratchet because I wanted a set of T6 T8 torx for knife maintenance. I just got it today and my first impressions are great. The fit and finish are well above any leatherman or SOG tool. None of the tools clump and the locks are very solid. The way the pliers latch open feels much better that the friction handles of leatherman. The way they click and latch open and closed is great. I'll update again in a couple of weeks with a better review of the swiss tool. Now, on to the good part... Pictures! Full Sized Images Here Sorry for taking so long for getting the images up. There are a few more Here (same and the link above the pics). If anyone wants to see a more detailed image just let me know. I'll get it for ya.