Alright you updated the list cool thanks man
there is an attachment that was made around the time of the St 200. I think it's the only attachment before a whole bunch of accessories and bits were introduced. I forgot the name of it but I remember how hard it was to put the c-clip in the top. It could swivel 45 degrees and 90. It was a plate that would fit between your jaw when you pull the handles apart, U can squeeze on it and it stays in place. It is a 1/4" adapter/nut driver used primarily for the screws that are closest to the inside of the windshield on a vehicle. It can fit a short Phillips/Flat bit and not fall out of the socket.
Tool Adapter. That's the one that was manufactured to fit the super tool at the time that super tool 200 was in the makings. There were tools in the museum case in the front office entrance. They were specialty tools for electricians. There really are tools that most eyes have not seen that Tim designed before PST came out.
That looks nice. I think the Freestyle is now discontinued. The Freestyle CX was discontinued back in 2012 or so this Leatherman Wikipedia post states...https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Leatherman
PPS. In researching this udate I checked out the LM website and noticed something funnyIn the video for the Free P4 (and P2) they use the can-opener traveling the 'wrong way'. I guess the users in the video were used to the traditional LM can-opener (Wenger style) where you pull the opener towards you to open the can.However the Free CO is a Vic style CO where you push the CO away from you!! But it looks like they did not realise that!https://www.leatherman.com/free-p4-585.htmlApologies if this has been pointed out before!