Adam Wolf wrote a review of Leatherman Wingman Multi-Tool on March 8, 2013
Familiarity: I've used it several times
Yes! I've been carrying around the Wingman for a few months now, and I like it. I've had a few other multitools, including one old Leatherman (I have no clue what the model name was) that I carried with me for at least eight years. I carried a fancy (and expensive) Leatherman Skeletool CX for a short time before it fell out of my pocket and was lost. In addition to those, I've had a couple of really cheap models that were only really good for leaving in the car in case of emergencies. I'm pretty sure that I like this model best of all. Here's why:
The cost. $35? That's a great price. I even hesitated to purchase this tool because the price was almost too low. I thought to myself "this is going to be a cheap piece of crap with a dull blade and poor functionality." I couldn't have been more wrong. The blade comes INCREDIBLY sharp. The first thing I did when I pulled the tool out of the package was accidentally cut myself (due to my own stupidity).
The spring-action pliers are so excellent. I've never had a multi-tool with that simple but oh-so-nice feature. It makes using the pliers a pleasure rather than a pain.
Various other little things are rad. The package opener tool is surprisingly useful. The scissors are solid and worth using, unlike most multi-tool scissors. The file is an interesting addition and considering how solid it is, I'll probably actually use it. It has a pocket clip, which is absolutely essential in my book. At first I was dismayed by the weight, but I really don't even notice it in my pocket and in my hand it just feels really solid. I wouldn't be surprised if you could use the tool to hammer something in a pinch, without damaging the tool.
It's a solid piece of work and I'll be carrying it until I lose it or pass it on to a worthy friend (as I did with the original multi-tool that I carried for so long). Definitely recommend.