I use the G2 most, because it's always within reach. I'd use the Photon Freedom Micro, but it's too small for me to find quickly when I need it. If LRI made a... 1xCR123A or a 1xAA light with the same features as the Freedom Micro (I really like the dimming features) for a low, under $50 price, I'd use it all the time.
This should make for some interesting findings, Craig.
In order of my use-frequency:
1. SF E2/KL1 2. Peak McKinley 3. SF L5
In order of daily runtime: 1. SF L5 2. SF E2/KL1 3. Peak McKinley
With so many neat lights in the torch-locker, it's often tough to find the "right light" (tool) for the job. Maybe that's what the great journey of Flashaholism is all about: exploring... i.e., Illumination Testing & Evaluation.
Surefire U2. SF calls it the Digital Ultra, I think of it more as Universal, because that light goes everywhere, fills almost every concievable mission (except the ones requiring Turboheads and Ludicrous Lumens).
Hrmm... probably my Fenix L1P in first place, followed by my TW0K-modded BOG module in a 2 cell Vital Gear body on 2xR123 cells. Those are the 'away from the house' lights.
When I'm at home, I've mostly been using a Quest minimag clone modded with a Snow 29 LED running on a 14500 cell and a dummy cell and before that, the same light with a Nichia CS LED. I sand the LED to give it a frosted appearance and sputter the reflector to make the beam almost entirely hotspot with basically zero artifacts. Second place would probably be the Minimag with the SMJLED on Energizer Lithiums though I think I prefer my best MJLED to the SMJLED as I can focus it down tighter.