Back to the UI differences, the only thing the Tactical lets you do that you can't with the regular Rotary is pre-select between a brightness (default is max) and a flash mode (default is strobe) before turning on, and it only does this as momentary. Now, pure momentary for tactical use is a big feature in itself. If you use the "psuedo momentary" of the regular Rotary, you have to hold it for around a second on for it to go back off, a quick press is interpreted as "turn on, and stay on".
So half the dial gets used for pure momentary function, max travel and anything less than max but less than half way around for the two modes, and they can be any mode you want. So the other half is 12 increments, the full range hitting every other brightness.
You can have pure momentary on the regular Rotary, but then the only way to get out of it is to do a soft reset (turn on, loosen battery tube until it goes out, and re-tighten - and remember you are holding the button to keep it on, or you can open it while off and wait 1 minute to reset). So not something you do on the fly.
Sounds like you want a regular Rotary 200 HCRI with flush button.
Bezel color is personal, but I like silver because I can buff out "indiscretions", and I'm not worried about "giving away my position" with a reflection off my light. I don't use clips, I use a lanyard looped over my belt, suspending it in my pocket, or one of Thor's holsters.