Looks like a good multitool. Personally after losing a black oxide Leatherman after dropping it in the woods i perfer silver ones. I've owned Gerbers and Leathermans and i do tend to lean towards Leathermans.My dad has a leatherman, and i like it, but I was looking into the powerlock eod seen here http://sogknives.com/store/B63.html. I like it because of the V-Cutter for seatbelts and things. Also i don't know about Leatherman, but Sog has replacement parts that seem to be easy to replace and switch out (screwdriver for scisors, vice versa)
I put a lot of thought into the tools that I wanted. One drawback to the power assist is that it only has 6 slots for tools. I do a lot of "in the field" fabrication.Is that all it is for? I'd probably get rid of that for something else. Keep it in storage for later use tho...
The one Im looking at is the Powerlock EOD. It has 22 tools, i counted and it looked like 10 can be replaced (not sure of the count). Im still wondering what to add and take off.I put a lot of thought into the tools that I wanted. One drawback to the power assist is that it only has 6 slots for tools. I do a lot of "in the field" fabrication.
My tool list is: saw, flathead screw driver, Phillips head screw driver, file, awl, and can opener. I figured that if I need to open a bottle I could use the pliers. If I need the v cutter I could use the knife.
There are several tools to choose from though, depends on what you think you might need to do with them.