Alright, don't get too excited. I haven't actually made it yet. I did however, get my tool set decided. Why a Splash? It's not quite a Wave...and it certainly won't be a Squirt! I wanted to attempt to make my version of the ultimate LM Squirt. I am spoiled by the fact that I often make stuff till I get what I think is a perfect tool, why would my keychain/mini tool be any different? I really like the squirt, I often consider it one of the best keychain tools, I don't like the Micra (yes, hate me now) because every one I've used, the scissors would ALWAYS jam. Since I found the PS4 perfect for very light work, I am going to attempt to replicate my normal tool set, with a couple of tweaks. I may also make some new scales from some stainless steel rulers. This does a couple of things, it'll slim up the overall thickness since I am adding about 1/4 over all to the Squirt and I'll gain the advantage of an accurate ruler Most of my MTs have this: 1. Pliers 2. PE 3. SE 4. File 5. Scissors 6. Flat bit 7. Phillips 8. Awl Bonuses are 9. Robertson 10. Tweezers 11. Straight Pin 12. Eyeglass driver The Squirt series, retired and current contain ALL of these tools and if combined would make a really fun project. A lot of it will be disassembly of riveted tools and combining and assembling with new longer 1/8" knife pins. Here is where I am going steal stuff. LM P4. 1. Pliers 2. PE 6. Flat bit 8. Awl 7. Phillips (flat Phillips) LM S4 3. SE (will have to be profiled and ground. 4. File (will use the nail file because the P4/PS4 file is useless at that size) 12. Eyeglass driver 10. Tweezers PS4 5. Scissors E4 (Radio Shack version) 7. Phillips (3D Phillip) How the hell am I going to add ALL these tools in a Squirt? Like EvilOlive, I am going to add layers. The chassis are the backsprings so it's a pretty simple system, as long as the center layer is the plier and back spring sandwich, it's all good. -- Now I have started to do some testing and already found a way to make a better awl from the flat phillips bit. and..I did an experiment with a SE and I achieved a pretty good result. I'll likely grind one more blade. My I use a 1/8" diamond bit for the large scallops and a 1/16" one for the smaller ones. Then I flipped my belt sander on it's side and added a minute convex to the back side to reveal the SE. I even pulled a LM move and jimped the back of the blade so I know which blade is which. -- I have on order a bunch of E4's, S4's, P4s and some longer 1/2" long pivots (which I may have to splice if making a 4 layer Squirt is too much. Until those parts come in...I'll leave this project till then. I'll give the SE a good testing this week when I break down a bunch of boxes for recycling and report back.