I picked up a leatherman skeletool today, and i really like the fit and finish. I already have a SOG Powertool, SOG Paratool, and Vic Swisstool, but this Skeletool has a certain quality to it. It fits just right in a pocket with a clip (no belt holster required), and the one-handed opening blade is making me think of carrying this as my EDC instead of one of my Benchmade or SOG folding pocket knives. So here's my question to you: should I keep this Skeletool (with a 420HC blade), or is it worth it to upgrade to the CX (with a 154 cm blade) for around $15 more? I plan to use this as my EDC, and probably, when I carry it, I won't be carrying another blade. At the same time, I want this to be my light and inexpensive beater set of pliers. That means low-maintenance (little to no oiling), even if I bring it into wet environments (e.g. sweaty hands, sweaty pockets (!), and the occasional salt water kayaking trip), it shouldn't rust easily. Which would you choose as a tool that can be both a "main EDC blade" and low-maintenance, rust-free? Skeletool, or its CX variant?