It is, indeed, a handy little light — even more-so if you stoke it with a lithium AAA dry-cell, rather than the standard alkaline version — but the pocket-clip might leave a little to be desired.
I say this, because I was recently in the north of the Texas Panhandle as part of a convoy To Somewhere Interesting. We had stopped at a convenience store to do the needful, and were loading up for the final push when MattG and Tam pulled across the fuel pad, pointing and making yelling faces.
Turns out that a mischievous gust of Panhandle breeze had plucked my Microstream out of my pocket and was rolling it across the parking lot.
This is actually the second of these little jewels I have carried, because the first disappeared out of my pocket … somewhere … probably under similar circumstances.
Since you can find them for between $13 to $19 dollars on-line, and I had gotten at least that much use out of it fairly quickly, I wasn’t as torn up about the loss as I would have been if one of my Surefires had done the same.
And I really don’t know how Streamlight could make the pocket-clip any better, come-to-think.
Anyhoo, good lights, but watch them if you clip them to a pocket, like I do.