Anyone know a good tool pouch (not bag, belt, roadcase, semi, etc)? By pouch I meant I want something that can go on my belt and has a few pockets/slots. Sort of like http://www.clccustomleathercraft.com/products/detail002.asp?partNo=902 but would rather in cordura nylon or polyester and either a big pouch in back or two more slots in back. I'm not too keen on a tool belt because of all the crap already on my belt, but I'm thinking about that option. I've seen guys with exactly what I want though, just not sure who makes it. I need to get in there at least a pair of screwdrivers, linemans pliers, needle nose, mini-mag, voltage probe. A place to clip my gloves and wiremarker, and a T-chain for e-tape and velcro are both pluses. I have my big shoulder bag which is great and fits nearly every hand tool I ever use, but it's big and bulky. I'd rather not have to schlepp it out everytime I need to go pull cable or rack/stack servers which really only requires the above tools. I'm a fan of CLC's stuff just because everything I have from them (alot) has been extremely durable and well designed. Will consider any recommendations though. I work in datacenters, not prancing around on catwalks, climbing ladders, or any of that crazyness anymore. I'm also on the road constantly, so compact is good (my big tool bag while now legal for carryon luggage really makes the rollaboard heavy which tends to piss off the ramper on the RJs and makes it harder/more dangerous on the overhead bin). [EDIT] This is a bit dated picture of the big bag with all the stuff I haul when I go out right now - It's since acquired a few more tools and supplies, but, you see all the crap I want to consolidate.