I've never used it. For years I didn't even know what it was! Almost all mine (used) have arrived with the tips twisted, suggesting that as a screwdriver it doesn't handle much torque; however, it's easily straightened. I'd only reserve it for screws in terminal blocks, if it fits. Still, I'd much rather have a twisted driver than damaged liners. I like that it works for you, though, and will bear your uses in mind. I hope there are more uses to come in this thread so I can come to love it, too.
I'm with Sawl. I'm thrilled that you are using it Matt! Good point about the flathead by the way
For what it's worth, I found a niche use for the fine SD yesterday: opening a Lego train remote control. Due to the size and positioning of the screw, the fine SD was indeed the only tool on my Ranger that could get the job done. It's a pain to drive the screw with it though.
So... maybe an "actual" screwdriver would be thee best tool for that job...
When I modded one of my absolute favorite patterns, the Town and Country, which is basically an Explorer plus with a saw instead of those girly scissors, I had to decide on which back layer tool to include, the chisel vs. the fine screwdriver. It wasn't an easy decision as the chisel would be better suited to outdoorsy activity like carving wood but the fine SD better suited to mechanical tasks. I went with the fine SD and have never regretted it as it has come in handy numerous times. (Image removed from quote.) to the Fine Screwdriver
You mean, like, ... a real tool? Philistine!