Just updated the review with some summary comments at the very end.
These take the form of Frequently Asked Questions, since there are a number that generally come up. For example, which light is brightest overall, throws the furthest, most efficient, most floody, most likely to set your hair on fire, etc. (ok, maybe not that last one :nana.
Nice addition Eric. I've finally had a chance to give the review a little more than a once over, shows some interesting quirks if you read between the lines.
While the Tiablo is listed as one of the best throwers it is not listed as one of the brightest. In fact by looking at your light test tables, the Tiablo is 38% dimmer than the Eagletac in the ceiling bounce test and 25% dimmer in the lightbox max test on a 14500. While a 38% difference may only be visualized as 20 percent less bright, I consider that a major difference in brightness for the same emitter. It shows the importance the reflector plays in the throw / spill of a light regardless of overall Lumens. AND what the heck are those railroad ties on the head of the Tiablo? lol
Also you list the NDI as being one of the brightest on (Regular) batteries. It is also an interesting quirk in my opinion that this light scored much lower in overall brightness than some of the other offerings on a 14500. The NDI is without a doubt one of my favorite lights, and while I commend Nitecore for offering great performance on regular batteries, I can't help but want more/higher performance (brightness) on a 14500. :mecry:
Give me a chance to digest more as I read through your review again.
BTW: I really wanted to know which light was built the best. lol