My TK70 is on it's way. I'm very excited. I would like to mount it in my work truck when not in use. I could mount it up front in the cab area; it will be more convenient up there, or I could mount it in the box portion in the rear of the truck. It won't be noticed there and will be less likely for someone to try to steal it. It will also be more "out of the way there." I'm open to both options and ultimately would like to be able to use both options. While I work I'll keep it in the cab next to me, while parked I'll keep it stored in the rear. The cab section is standard for any truck I guess. Rubber floor (no carpet) bench seat Ford F550. The rear has finished walls which are vinyl riveted to sheet metal in random places. I have used sheet metal screws to mount to these walls. What I need are some ideas. I need a "holster" of sorts that would be secure in a moving vehicle. This vehicle takes some bumps and bruises from time to time too. I would like something that won't beat up the light too bad. It's a tool, but I keep my tools clean and pretty when possible. I was considering just a piece of conduit in the rear with an endcap on one end, then I could slide the barrel down into the conduit. The drawback is that you would have to lift it all the way up out of the conduit to use it (vs. a snap in type holder or hanger where the flashlight doesn't have to be lifted 16 inches to remove it). Any ideas or suggestions are appreciated. In the end, I'll take what I can get from you guys and what I can come up with in a trip to Home Depot or 2 and figure it out. Once I get it nailed down I'll give you guys some more shots so you can see what I come up with. How do you store your TK70? I guess most of you don't have this problem as you don't keep it in a vehicle. Below are 2 pictures to give you some perspective. The the lower picture is the rear compartment. This is the forward most wall (which is already pretty loaded). I would be mounting this to the rear most wall so it'd be close to the door. Any thoughts?