I have a squirt S4 with the scissors featured as the main tool. I like the tools on it, but stopped using because of the grind on the blade. They only sharpen one side of the blade, like a chisel. Thus, when I wasn't paying attention, I pushed my thumb up against the sharpened side and gave myself a nasty cut. I guess I could go ahead and sharpen the other side of the blade, but honestly, I prefer using my Gerber LST or my SAK Bantam instead of a small multitool.
I also have a juice S2, which I carry every day. It's a little robust for me to take backpacking with me, but I love all the tools on it. Good phillips driver, 3 sizes of standard screw drivers, good pliers, good scissors, good blade, bottle/can opener. I would take it backpacking with me, but the darn thing weighs 4.4oz and I just haven't found much of a need for pliers and screw drivers on the trail. Very functional for EDC though.