Soooooo I've been working on this little MP600 Sight Tool for a while. I recently acquired few SOG parts from their store, and today I broke out the dremel and files and made the 1/4" socket driver fit my MP600. After getting it to fit properly I heated it up with a propane torch until it just started to glow a little bit, and then dumped it in a coffee can with a bit of used motor oil in the bottom. After it cooled down and stopped smoking, I have a nice black oxide coating to match the rest of the tools.
The only thing I might consider doing is swapping the position of the can opener and bottle opener, so that the can opener can be used right-handed again. The 1/4 driver adapter needs to be as far from the center as possible, because the spring keeps it from closing fully.
So now I can use my MP600 to drive 1/4" sockets, or use any 1/4" ratchet to 1/4" bit adapter -- like the one that came with my SOG PowerPlay, shown.
My Sight Tool also has blunt-nosed jaws, a file, the full driver complement, and scissors. It's basically a Pro Scout with a bit driver instead of a remgrit holder. But it's also got that massive blade and the most excellent phillips driver. And also a flat black titanium clip.