I have various MT stashed around my house. The junk drawer in the kitchen has a swithplier 2.0, along with a 6" adj wrench, picquic teeny turner, and a very nifty 12 in 1 stanley screwdriver. This little set gets a lot of use around the house, putting together all manner of things. I have a medium sized tool kit, made out of various mated together molle pouches, on my dresser in the closet. A sog powerlock resides in there. In the man cave I have a larger selection of nice hand tools, they do a lot of clean work. Plenty of large leathermans, etc to choose from. Dirty work in the garage also has a few MT laying around. Sog powerlock features highly, as they have great pliers and the compound action. My travelling tool bag has a SOG powerlock in it, that poor guy has done a ton of work, being the go to pliers for an entire house remodel. I also have a few in my car glove box and trunk tool kit. Rebar and a wave with rebar head on it. And in my desk drawer at work there is a pocket power plier from SOG. All of my rifle cases and range bags have super tool 300s in them. I do not carry on my person, maybe a cadet sometimes. I usually have an olfa stainless retractable utility knife in my pocket. A good pair of pliers, needle nose, are just about unreplaceable by any other tool. A really do not see the use of the tiny MT pliers, perhaps I do not do enough detail work... I found the rebar to be the smallest usable pliers for me. The juice series are just too small and dinky. I do like the skeletool, and would likely carry one of those if I was to be in a mobile environment for a longer period of time.