David, you've apparently dropped off the no-ship list. Just don't order fertilizer and diesel on the same invoice anymore.
Re: the Trooper -- note that an ultralighter fanatique could remove the "broach pin" and drill holes in the sides of the cover, taking this compass down to like 21.035 grams. Personally, I use the pin, and I not only use the mirror for mirror-type tasks, but the lid as my soup spoon.
Okay, maybe not that last thing, but I *could*. The predecessor to this item was a Silva without the sighting mirror, and that one has been in my backpack or front pocket since about 1980. Only recently has the Trooper replaced the old Silva 27, so I can demonstrate orientation techniques and now I like it even better due to the mirror's utility.