I just ordered one of those Gatco Frog tools, it's automotive-specific features are often needed, but not found in the toolbox easy.
Found a new use for the CV Pocketwrench II.
I was fixing a section of fence that had been cut, and was having trouble twisting the wire when I spliced it into a section running perpendicular to it. My 6" Lucas Engineer's Pliers couldn't get enough leverage or grip, the head of the fence pliers couldn't get in there, so I pulled the PocketWrench II out of the Leatherman Surge's sheath, stuck the 1/4 bit driver hole near the end of the wire, and using that method, had no problem twisting it tight. I think my next purchase will be the big Orbis fencing pliers with a linesman's style head. 6" and 7" pliers fit great in a pocket, but fail in the leverage department.