I have a new Evogrip s18, I'm super happy with it but I just noticed the screwdriver on the rear bit of the knife is a bit loose. There about 1-2mm of sideways movement, it feels sort of like how a loose tooth feels when you move it about with your fingers. This is in the closed position but when I open it up, the amount of play lessens but it's still present. I've compared it to my other saks with corkscrews in place, a 16 year old work champ, and a new evowood 14 and there is no play at all. I have a 20+ year old spartan, there is a small amount of play on the corkscrew which has been misaligned after years of use. Even with the corkscrew on my spartan, it's only a bit of play and it goes back into it's original position after I let go. The philips on my S18 on the other hand, stays in place in the position where I push it. I've checked all the other tools on the same knife and they are all secure. The blade and the saw are a bit bendy but there is no sideways moment with them at the base. I think it's down to the philips itself not fitting the gap properly. It's a minor thing but my main concern other than the looseness, this is a tool that will require some pressure under use and over time the looseness and sideways movement might contribute to pushing or prying the layers apart. I don't have much experience with these saks, maybe the screwdriver is meant to be a bit loose. Can someone let me know what the tolerances are for a loose tool and if this is to be expected or not.