Woah, thanks for those links! ... What's "reverse/forward clicky" exactly? I don't know all too much about lights but I sure dig them!
You're welcome! Re: your question about reverse and forward clickies, this info is from the awesome CPF Welcome Mat (https://www.candlepowerforums.com/threads/277224):
Q: How do I choose a switch?
A: The "reverse clickie" is very commonly available in inexpensive and general use household and outdoor flashlights. It has a button which must be fully pressed until it clicks and then fully released in order to get light. Once the light is on, a soft press will momentarily turn the light off, and once the button is released, the light will reactivate. This is a very inexpensive (and hence popular) switch type, but it is not suited for signaling or momentary operation.
A "forward clickie," however, can be gently pressed from the Off position to momentarily activate the light, and it will turn off once the button is released. The user can also push the button until it clicks to keep the light on. This is available in some Maglite, Streamlight, Inova, and Surefire models.