Here is my keychain set-up Pretty minimal/basic, but it fits me well Car key, house key Fenix E05 (85 lm) and a LTMR AR15 keychain The AR tool is my design, bottle opener, pry bar/flathead screwdriver. Started making them a few years ago, fun project. Did an AK too. And then, as mentioned, my Altoids kit, which I am always working on improving I carry this daily as well, slips easily into my front pocket. Condom, alcohol wipes, sharpie mini, two sewing needles that are each threaded (these are in a straw tube so that they are loose), antibiotic ointment (2), bandaids (4, was 5 but used one the other day), and an acrylic tube with a few tylenol and toothpicks in it. The tube I am pretty excited about. Before this I was using a travel tylenol bottle, was about twice the diameter of this tube, slightly longer but a bit of wasted space inside. It also made it hard for the lid to close tightly/securely. So I went to the local hardware store and picked a few items up, including a 3' long acrylic tube, some cork, and an end cap for tubing. It doesnt carry as much as the original bottle, but I dont need a ton of medicine each day, if any at all. When traveling I will have a larger bottle in my suitcase/hotel/etc to refill should I need to. Toothpicks are important, if youve ever had something stuck in your teeth you'll know the value of these small pieces of scrap wood lol Today my plan is to cut apart an arrow/bolt that i picked up at Walmart (on clearance, I bought two, one was two bucks, the other was $3.50, but its larger outside diameter, and longer) and see what the ID is on it. If I can still get some pills to slide down in there, as well a toothpick or two then I'll switch to that over the acrylic tube. I want to add some more items to this, including a few feet of paracord, we'll see. Rounding out my EDC is a multitool (typically a Leatherman, right now the Signal), my wallet, which is very minimal, and some lip balm And, not pictured, is my Galaxy S5 cellphone My kit isnt for everyone, we all have different needs and wants, but it works for me. Always evolving it though, seeing what i need and dont need. I try to keep it pretty minimal, dont like bulky, bulging pockets In the second pic of the tin it looks pretty full, but when you lift the connie and alcohol wipes up there is actually still a good amount of space left under there In fact, the biggest issue that I currently have is that since it isnt full it'll clank around a bit, just hear the stuff moving around. Have considered taking some soft foam and making cut-outs for the individual items, but with it always changing I feel it'd be a waste of time and energy. I do need to/want to add some Pepto tablets to it, which I have not, yet, purchased. Maybe I do that today. Said in another thread that I started the kit for an upcoming DC trip,something that I could keep everything I needed in the city in one small container, and some pepto would def help if Im out walking around for 6 hours at a time and the feeling hits...yall know what Im talking about.