A $60 Phillips screwdriver? No regrets.
Ever tried to remove a doorknob? Short Phillips screwdrivers and most keychain gadgets have too much angle to get at the screws behind the knob. Long screwdrivers aren't pocketable. The Cache River was thin enough to get at the right angle, but thick enough to get a grip. And I didn't have to go back and dig around in my toolbox, it was right there with me.
The CR design is ingeniously simple with a strong magnetic bit holder, a spinning lanyard end that makes easy work of Phillips/Allen/Torx screws and a compartment for holding two more bits. A few users said they'd like the CR to be longer to hold three bits. But we know how that goes: Then we'd want four. And then it wouldn't fit in our pockets anymore. It seems to me that three bits (one on the CR and two in the chamber) are enough, especially since they're standard Wiha bits and can be changed out with bits you'd personally find more useful. I usually keep one bit and a drywall screw in there. Because as I'm always sayin' "No problem. A drywall screw fix that right up."
I thought spending $60 for glorified screwdriver seemed excessive. But it also seemed this thing might really be handy. And it is. It gets almost as much use as my pocket knife.