I've seen these threads before, so I guess it's my turn to throw this out there. I bought a Zebralight SC600 last year and have carried it a lot since then. I've been spoiled by how much light this thing produces and how perfectly low the moonlight mode is. I find myself comparing all newly released lights to it and finding they fall short. If it can fit in my pocket, it better have 750 lumens! I'm not interested in a light I can't EDC, because be it at work or in the woods: if it doesn't fit in my pocket I probably won't grab it as I go out the door. The Tiny Monster and "fist of flood" 3x18650 lights do little for me. I almost went for a Sunwayman with the infinite control ring, but it's hard to say anything is more convenient than a single button that accesses high or low depending on how long you press it.
Now the SC600 may not be for everyone. It's a bit large for some for EDC and that's a deal killer if it is.
The point of this thread is the SC600 was released a year ago, yet I have not seen another flashlight released since that even comes close to meeting my needs so perfectly. Brightness, build quality, efficiency, and UI: the SC600 has it all for me.