The beauty of the Classic SD is that the cost-to-benefit ratio is unbeatable. So many useful tools in such a small, affordable package. I’ve abused the daylights out of the Classic SD. I've cut wire with it, torqued hard on stuck screws, used the nail the file on metal (it works!), and used the blade for tasks that were too big for it. I'm a firm believer in using dedicated tools when the job calls for it. That said, I've pushed the Classic SD past its limits to see what it can do, and it it's done the job every time.
The classic is the most under rated and under estimated SAK. Edit to add; The other big reason I love the classic sooooo much; the price and widespread availability of it. I can walk into a Walmart and for now the outrageous price of 11.95, walk out with a new classic.... At this price I can give them away to non knife people I see needing a knife.
[...]The tweezers are obviously essential for manipulating tiny parts. Although the squared-off tips of the Victorinox tweezers aren't ideal for this role, they work well in a pinch (haha, puns) and have good contact area for holding parts in place long enough for the cement to cure. [...]
You can file an angled end onto the tweezers if you want. I sometimes do.(Image removed from quote.)Stock tweezers and filed tweezers. It's an old picture, but nothing about the process has changed.