OK folks, convince me I need a Deluxe Tinker. I have been messing with model trains a lot lately, and while my CT34 is kind of the same thing plus CT layer, I'm just not really seeing a need for that specific layer; as few of the bits are really any good on older stuff. Plus, ditching that layer saves me width and weight. The pliers, so far, on what little work I've done on badly damaged Marklin M-Track, have proven very useful. The cutters are just what I need for the small gauge wire Marklin uses. Blades and scissors are "Well, Duh" SAK tools to me. Can opener SD is just the right size for the screw holding on the shell of the locomotive. I have used the bottle opener as a pry working with the messed up track as well (had to get off mangled track connectors for replacement). I may put Norfolk Southern scales from a Tinker ad knife I saw on it; you know, keeping with the rail theme. Any Deutsches Bahn or SBB CHF 91mm?