Apples, oranges, and peanuts, I know. Anyway, on to the pics. Pic alone. Pic at night on target: Great alternative to $ureFire, local representative of the company shoots IDPA near me, compact, solid aluminum housing, durable after all these many months with drops, constant use for repair jobs, and the only issue has been the reflector coming a bit loose, which is easily tightened. Next up, SureFire G2 Nitrolon @ $30.95 from PDHSC. Pic alone: Pic at night on target: It's SureFire, what can you say? Tough polymer housing, waterproof to most degrees short of scuba diving, easy to grip, wide aftermarket support. Only issue has been heat. When you run it long, it gets fucking HOT, and stays hot, unlike the quick cooling aluminum DigiLight. Nuwaii Q3 from Amondotech @ 38.xx shipped from www.amondotech.com Pic alone: Pic at night on target: Now become my favorite light. LED advantages: battery life, and shock resistance. Single CR123 cell + LED means my battery supply just doubled without buying more. Housed inside an aluminum body with a crenelated mini 'strike bezel, and a click on/off tailcap. I didn't realize how much I liked the positive on/off until I got a flashlight that had it. Note the similar light throw with the single 123 Nuwai versus the double 123 of the TLR Next up, Streamlight's TLR-1 @ 115.40 shipped from Streamlight-flashlights.com Pic alone: Pics at night on target: Compact, rugged, I like the aluminum housing, the battery clip gave me a scare when it popped open, that bastard was tight. Positive engagement of momentary and constant on. Downside is non adjustable beam, but it throws enough spill light to light the surroundings the way I would adjust it, anyway. Thumbs up. Edit: fuck. I forgot the MiniMag. Mini Mag Mini Mag with LED conversion on M500: Skip the LED conversion, folks. Edit: yes, this is a repost of sorts, but I cleaned it up and added to it.