For a while now, I've been on a quest, to find an ideal multi-tool. This first requires that I establish the ideal multi-tool, and that is where I wanted some feedback from all the EDC'ers here. IMHO, an ideal multi-tool would look something like this: Centered, clip point, plain-edge Locking knife blade Skeletonized Handle Needle Nose pliers with spring assist Scissors with spring assist can opener I have used the Leatherman Skeletool, and found that I simply could not stand the offset blade. The Zilla tool from CRKT has a similar issue. Also, semi-serrated blades drive me up the wall. The point on the blade where I can apply the most force is serrated, thus, problematic. The Mike Horn Ranger from Wenger is amazingly cool, but the saw and not the knife blade locks, and the thing is an amazingly heft 1.25" across. So, I'm back at square one So, tell me what you think! Did I miss something, or is this really all you need to keep the tool light, small, and functional? What tool can I adapt to serve my requests? Do you want this knife as much as I want?