My EDC is evolving and I'm generally carrying a SAK and small flashlight in a belt pouch, with an auxiliary kit (fanny pack) that either slips into a briefcase or holdall or travels alone with me depending on circumstances. In that I'll carry things like first aid, spare batteries, sunglasses, my Maelstrom S12 etc, as well as a multi-tool.
I currently own a Victorinox Swisstool and a Spirit, which are lovely tools but a little heavy for EDC, so I'm thinking a new, lighter-weight, mid-size multi-tool might be the go.
I don't need a corkscrew or scissors, but a decent blade or two, preferably one-hand-opening, and a better Phillips-head and prybar than the regular SAK would be good. I don't like separate 'bits' so the Phillips-head should be built-in. Larger is better than smaller but weight is a consideration.
A quick look at Leatherman's site suggests that I can either have the OHO blade (Freestyle) or the built-in Phillips (Juice S2) but not both (in which case the blade wins as I already have a Phillips in the SAK). I haven't looked anywhere else yet, but I thought I'd canvas for suggestions in the hope that someone here can steer me towards some likely candidates.