Leatherman Wingman just isn't feasible, but I still want a pair of needle nose pliers and scissors on me. Of all the functions on my multi-tool, the knife gets used the most, the scissors second, and the pliers the third. Now, I suppose I could have gone with the Squirt PS4, but I also wanted the ability to quickly remove the multi-tool from my key ring and use it unencumbered. As a result of this thinking, and the understanding that I always have my Swiss Army knife on my key ring, as well as an EDC knife in my pocket, the need for a small knife on a tool this size wasn't of utmost importance. That's an important point because the Leatherman Style PS doesn't have a knife on it, whereas the CS does. The CS has scissors as the primary tool whereas the PS has pliers as the primary. Okay, great. So all that being said, I chose the Style PS because what I give up with the blade, I gain three additional tools in return: needle nose pliers, regular pliers, and wire cutters.
Victorinox Rally as well. Some of the functions between these two tools, like the file, flat screwdriver bottle opener, and tweezers are going to be repeats, but who cares? Two is one and one is none, remember? Besides, each tool gives me something the other doesn't, like a knife on the Rally and scissors & pliers on the Style PS. More importantly, as I've stated before, I can remove the Style PS quickly via the carbiner, which doubles as a bottle opener.
Sypderco Endura4 in your pants pocket, or on a Victorinox swiss army knife attached to your key chain. Either way, The Style PS fills a really big void when you are in a situation where your larger multi-tool may be unsuitable for carry. Besides, this is an elegant way to be prepared.