Ok, I have shopped around enough to get confused and frustrated. What I am looking for is a tough little pocket light for edc. I want it small, will be lanyarded to keys, good looking, well built, and durable. I don't care about special features, or loads of blinding light (save those for by bag light, next purchase and post). Let me know what you think, thx 1) Short Essay Question: What do you intend to use this light for? pocket edc 3) Price Range: An easy question, but you may change your mind after answering the rest! [x ] $15-30 [x ] $40-60 [x ] $80-$120 4) Format: PART A [x ] I want a flashlight. PART B Length: [x ] 1-2 inches. (Keychain sized) [x ] 2-4 inches. (Pocket carry) PART C Width: [x ] I prefer a long narrow light. 6) What batteries do you want to use? Alkaline batteries are easier to find and less expensive but don't pack as much stored energy and are don't work well in cold temperatures. Lithium batteries have long shelf life (10+ years, great for stored emergency lights) and are not as affected by cold but must be kept dry and are more expensive. Rechargeable start expensive, but if used frequently pay off quickly. [x ] I want common Alkaline batteries. (AA, AAA, C, D) [ ] I want lithium batteries. (coin cells, CR123, AAA, AA...) [ ] I want a rechargeable system. (an investment, but best for everyday use) 10) Durability: Generally the old phrase “you get what you pay for” is very accurate for flashlights. [x ] Very Important (Camping, Backpacking, Car Glove-box.) [x ] Critical (Police, Fire, Search & Rescue, Self-defense, Survival.) 11) Switch Type: [x ] one that doesn't come on by itself in pocket. 12) Switch Location: [ x] I don't care, protected end, rotating head, not critical.