Here's what my kit consists of (mine are the last Generation which was called "Grip Series") : Snap-On Instinct Mini Screwdriver SetSnap-On Instinct Mini TorxDriversSnap-On Instinct Mini Dental Pick Set
and a couple pairs of mini pliers and Hex (Allen) Keys I picked up here and there (literally no idea where 1/2 of them came from) along with a 5/16" Nut Driver
No I didn't pay that for my set, actually I got all of them free with a Pry bar set almost 10 years ago and I've used them on Carburetors, Radios, and just about anything that requires small tips.
ToolTopia.com has some sets for a little less.
The tools that need to be in it (if you're buying pieces) are as follows:
-#1 Philips Screwdriver
-Small Blade Standard (Straight) Screwdriver
-Slightly Lager than small Standard Screwdriver
-5/16" or 8mm Nut Driver (same size different names)
-Mini Needle Nose Pliers
-Mini Diagonal Cutters (ever met an annoyingly sharp pointy bit of PC case)
-Set of Mini-Dental Picks
-Hex Key set in Standard and Metric
-T-8, T-10, T-15, T20, and T25 TorxDrivers
-DVOM (Digital Volt Ohm Meter)
Brand/Series wise Snap-on is amazing but costs an arm and a leg (but they love me so I get a healthy discount on odd and ends like this) S&K is good but expensive, Gear wrench is less than either of the fore mentioned brands but still high. You know the brands to avoid when you hold them in your hand, if it feels cheaply made and breakable it is (M.I.T. I'm looking at you).
Edited by BlackSpyder, 20 November 2011 - 12:16 AM.