Mine used to be the Vic Spartan. However, I recently realized that if I carry a SAK as my main knife, it has to have scissors and be the same size as my Spartan; as well as being just as thin. Found it! Just a little while ago actually. The Victorinox Compact. (What an ironic name, but unlike many SAK names, this one is appropriate.) Large knife blade, combination bottle/can-opener blade w/ screwdriver tip, scissors, carry-hook and corkscrew on back w/ eyeglass screwdriver attached to it. As well as the usual "tools" that insert into the handles. Looks like a winner. You trade away the smaller blade and the awl on the Spartan in exchange for the scissors. I can live with one blade on my EDC SAK. An awl is nice for punching extra holes into a belt. But not a very common use for me. In fact, haven't used the awl on my Spartan since owning it. The combo tool on the Compact is not as good as the dedicated can-opener, and bottle-opener on the Spartan. But I have experience with this tool on my Vic Waiter/Bartender model. For urban EDC, it gets the job done for both bottles and cans. Plus, you still keep both the large and tiny slotted screwdrivers. But in a slightly different format. So tell us about your favorite SAK.