I am looking forward to receiving my Skinth SP and Skinth XL. I took a look at the Skinth Dot.com. It is a great pouch but it is a little small for my specific need. In the various Skinth threads there were some references thrown around about a multimeter. I purchased the pouch photographed below in 1981 from an EMS supplier and it served me well in its role carrying my stethoscope, BP cuff, scissors, penlight, and myriad other EMS related tools until I left that field. After a lengthy disinfection, I re-tasked it and has been serving as my “first level” electrical troubleshooting and installation pouch. It rides on my dash and I loop it over my belt whenever I get out of my truck. It has had a good run since 1981 but the seams are giving out and the fabric on the bottom is flat out worn thru. The manufacturer no longer makes this item and I think “we” here could come up with something better. I like this pouch format for a number of reasons: It holds a lot more tools than it initially appears – including a multimeter. There is a flap that covers the contents so they don't fall out if I am crawling thru an attic or crawlspace. They do not snag if I am climbing a ladder. With the flap covered, it is relatively low profile. I do not look like a lineman walking thru an office or residence. The belt attachment on the back allows it to be secured without opening the pant's belt. This is what I carry in it now: The triplett multimeter, cables, tic-tracer, and the small, precision screwdrivers ride in the rear zippered compartment. The original measurements are 5” wide x 9” High x 2-1/2” deep. I am envisioning it a little bigger because things are cramped. I have sketched a prototype below. (Drawing not to scale - exactly) I was thinking about sewing this myself, but I can sew about as well as I can draw. I can get the job done, but it ain't pretty. [FONT=Arial, sans-serif]I recently tried the Nite Ize Hip Pock-Its and it was a miserable failure for my application. The flap that covers the pouch is always in the way. To get to any tools you have to unzip the main compartment and the meter is right in the middle of everything.[/FONT] On this drawn prototype, the open area is at least one inch deeper than the original to allow for more tools and better organization under the flap closure area. I have a couple of ideas for organization under the flap: either sewn in open pockets as drawn or a kydex insert that could be changed as the load/needs changed. The kydex would also reduce the wear on the bottom. I also envision small pockets with velcro closure on each side below the zipper. Additionally, “D” rings on the top of the side panels would allow it to be carried with a shoulder strap when the need arises or direct connection to safety harness. In a recent conversation with Eric, he indicated that his fingers were not numb or bleeding yet. Maybe he is up to the challenge? In the collaborative spirit of this EDC forum - does anybody have any ideas or suggestions to add? Is anyone else interested in this pouch? Could be for this purpose, EMS, or a variety of other tasks? As this is not really skinny - does this fit in the Skinth series? Anybody have an idea for a name?