I believe the model is called the "Waiter"--it has a corkscrew, a bottle opener and a blade size between the largest model and the istsy-bitsy, damned near useless little bugger blade size. It fits into my pocket in my dress pants (for work) and my jeans (for the rest of my life) without creating any comotion in either environment. Larger knives with corresponding larger blades are OK in the field but don't seem to go over very well in the office with---"Why do you carry a knife"?--questions.
To me, a corkscrew on a pocketknife is as useless as SOS mode is on an EDC. If I carry wine out in the field it is in a skin or flask anyway, at home I use a real corkscrew/cork lifter that works better.
TCW60: That knife on top looks great, I love the nice saw blade. Do you know which model it is?
I've really come to appreciate the Alox Farmer (that's the top knife in TCW60's post). I I love that the awl is on the end, like a knife blade, instead of in the middle of the backstrap like it is on most other models...much more useful to me there, and probably the thing I use most off of it.
I think the only other thing I'd really like on it is the scissors - but then it starts to become a bigger tool.
Currently I'm very fond of my alox Cadet. I'm completely sold on the Alox models and have concluded that the width of the knife makes a big difference when carrying it on a daily basis in business attire.
That being said, the Minichamp is a pretty darn useful little knife as well. I miss a larger blade and hence it's been relegated to key ring duty.
I have to ask this, however, what does everyone use the awl for? It seems popular and yet I don't think I've ever used it on any of my SAKs....