I've had my Craftsman Professional tool for about 10 years. I didn't know at the time that Schrade made a similar tool. The Craftsman MT has a couple unique features.
As you can see, it has a bit driver in one of the handles
It has 2 locking positions:
To release it from the locked position, one has to push down on the other blade (curved scraping blade). Sort of like the interference lock on the Leatherman SuperTool, only the blade is pushed into the handle to release it rather than pulling it out slightly.
The other handle has a file, saw, combo blade, straight blade with blunt nose, chisel and can opener. The straight blade on this side is used to unlock other tools when they are pulled out to the locked position.
While the pliers and bit driver are excellent tools, the blades in the other handle are difficult to use efficiently because of the shape of the tool. Folded up, the blades are oddly placed out at the fair side of a wide, thin tool. Opened up, the single arm is too thin to hold comfortably and the jaws and other arm tend to be in the way.
In particular, the can opener is difficult.
If you're left handed, it is dangerous to use. The opener is very sharp and for the left handed, it will jump off the can unexpectedly. Right handed, it's much more doable, but again awkward for the same reasons as the blades.
Speaking of blades, they are extremely sharp, however, the combo blade is sharpened only on one side, even along the straight blade section.
Finally, it appears to have a standard pliers head, unlike most Schrade tools
Unfortunately, Sears doesn't carry it any longer. It is a fairly nice tool, a bit wide and awkward in the pocket and in your hand, but the pliers and bit driver are first rate.