I am a complete believer that if you do not have a light attached to anything you shoot, at night you are handicapped. Several times I have had a long gun out, trying my darnest to balance a handheld flashlight, and it is simply not worth it. That being said, my goal is to have a dedicated light for EACH of my firearms, so outfitting the PS is my next goal. I have a standard sized rail mounted at 3 o'clock as we speak. I have looked into the setup that Shipwreck has installed on his PS, i.e. Brinkman light with 1" scope rings. I am wondering though, when I installed a Surefire G2 into a 1" ring on a different rifle, the Surefire seemed just a bit over the 1" mark. That means if I tighten that light down, I would be compressing on the main body cylinder. It looks to me like the Brinkman is about the same size as the G2, so I would end up having the same issue. I was pondering the idea of (2) 1" GG&G QD rings (about $15 each) with a Surefire 6P LED. From what I gather the 6P is exactly 1" in diameter at the body cylinder, has very good light output, and very shock resistant. I don't want a heavy light mounted, but I cannot see any issues there with the 6P. The QD is important to me due to the possibility of switching out equipment on the move. OK so to the point here, does anyone see any potential problems with the idea I have layed out here? Am I misinformed about the cylinder size issue with the G2/ Brinkman light. Opinions matter to me here, and I would like to hear yours. Thanks!