Jason's Ebira rod quiver and his Trico pouch (the one he mentions above) just arrived, and just in time for a quick trip to the Golden Trout Wilderness on Monday!
I've been using the Mayfly lanyard pouch this last year, and the difference in weight between the two, for essentially the same functionality, is amazing. The Trico weighs 0.7 oz on my scale without the lanyard, 0.9 oz with it. By comparison, the Mayfly weighs 4.1 oz. And in terms of straight-forward fishability, it looks to me like the Trico scores higher there as well.
The Ebira rod quiver looks like a nice bit of gear. It is specifically for tenkara style rods. One size fits the Hane, and another fits the TenkaraUSA rods. I like the idea of being able to securely carry my rod over my shoulder while pushing through the brush and over the boulders that line most of our small streams out here. The Ebira comes with a small detachable pouch - I'm waffling on whether or not to carry that. The Trico is more functional, but the Ebira pouch might be nice for an extra line or tippet spool, along with a Power Bar (or Daniel's sea salt!).
When I get back from Golden Trout, I'll try to have a complete report along with photos.
Just at first glance though, these two look like great pieces of gear.
Edit: The Ebira Rod Quiver is a Trailite Design item sold by Jason. I apologize for any offense to the designer and producers.