I am in the process of becoming a dealer for two additional brands of flashlights: Zebralight and Solarforce. If you want to read more about them you can check out their websites: http://www.zebralight.com and http://www.solarforce-sales.com/. If you are interested in any of the lights they offer, please let me know! Thanks.
I especially look forward to trying out the Zebralight SC51. It is optimized for one AA (NiMH, lithium or alkaline) battery and puts out 200 lumens on high for 0.9hrs. WOW!!! It also will run 16 DAYS on it’s lowest, 0.2 lumens. It uses an electronic side switch, has a bezel down clip, and comes with a headband to use as a headlamp.
Solarforce flashlights are unique from the fact that you can put together a light part by part. Meaning you can choose the tail switch, body, head, bezel, and led as well as the color of the flashlight (black, grey, and sand). The led drop-ins are the P60 size, so any P60 sized drop-in will work. You can also upgrade the led without having to buy a complete flashlight.
Their flashlight that I am looking forward to trying out is the L2i in sand color with the 900 Lumens P7 Led drop-in. This light can run on 3 AAA, 2-CR123, or 1-18650 battery. You can also choose from different led options including the XR-E R2, the XP-G R5, as well as an IR or UV led. The options are almost limitless!
I also like the L2m light. It can use either 1 or 2 CR123 batteries or 1-18650 rechargeable. I would like to offer this light as a pistol light using one CR123 with a pressure switch. Output and number of modes depends on which led module is chosen.