Shared this in another thread, but thought it would make an interesting stand alone flashlight thread... I've placed all of my previously purchased CR123/CR2 led lights on reserve, and over recent months replaced them with AA lights for simplicity and economy. Thrunite T10 - Hangs on neck lanyard from shelf near bed. Gets used pretty much nightly for something or other. Thrunite Archer 1Av2 - Pocket edc light. Only sees occasional use, but I'm happy to know it's in my pocket should I need it while out and about.Fenix LD09 - Replaced by the Archer. Still a good light that I'll use for something. I like the size of the LD09 better than the Archer for pocket carry, but I like everything else about the Archer better than the LD09. Fenix E12 - in car kit with Fenix headband for times a head lamp might be useful. Thrunite TN4A CW - This is the main house light for family use, and is kept in a central location between living room and dining room that can be grabbed quickly and easily from either room. Intended for power outages, nighttime dog walking, and any other thing that might come up during the evening and night. Thrunite TN4A NW - Kept on nightstand for things that go bump in the night or power outages when something brighter or longer lasting than the T10 may be desireable. Thrunite TN4A CW - In vehicle glove box so I always have good emergency light or backup to my edc when traveling. Thrunite TN4A HI - This is a very throw oriented light. Don't have a regular application for it. So for now it is in a grab and go bag for when I might want a flashlight that throws further than the regular TN4A. All four TN4A have lumen ranges from long lasting .2-.5 lumens up to not so long lasting turbo modes of 1050-1150 lumens with decent middle range lumen levels too. I wanted to make all the users simple AA lights, and currently they are all loaded with regular Eneloops or Eneloop Pros rechargeables. I don't really want to collect flashlights. For a number of years I was content with covering all of the bases with a small pocket light, but more recently I wanted to upgrade to a dedicated house light since I hadn't had one since the days of the incandescent MAG lights. I wound-up with the Thrunites more as a matter of trial and error because I wasn't sure if I would like the cool white or neutral white better, and then I wanted to compare the HI version to the regular versions. As always, I'd be more than interested in hearing how others address this topic. Fun to compare and contrast, and learn from others experiences.