I absolutely love my muiras for ringlock/finger sizes because of the narrow toe and and edging on faceholds. They do tent to flatten out over a lot of use, but they still are an amazing technical shoe.
This is my favorite crack shoe, possibly overall shoe. It's comfortable, works well in the cold and heat, and jams wonderfully. From thin hands to OW this shoe is amazing. I do prefer other shoes for thinner, but this will do for fingers and ringlocks. Size them a bit tight, they edge on a dime. Size them a bit loose and they are your all day jamming shoe. You can't go wrong.
This belay device works really well for most tasks, belaying from the ground, top, rappelling, etc. The only issue is that it is much harder to lower a climber from the top when compared to other options. It requires that you have a dyneema sling at the end of the pitch, which means you have to bring an extra one or hope you don't place a lot of nuts/ wander. It works pretty well, just could be better.
These carabiners are great. I use them for racking carabiners to differentiate between different types of cams. My only complaint is that they are harder to clip than it's cousin the photon, and are much harder to clip if pacing cams with gloves when mixed climbing. Overall awesome carabiner.
I really like the narrowness of the nose on this carabiner. I always keep one on my anchor material in case there is multiple parties at an anchor and you need to snake in somewhere on the chains. I would probably use them asmy racking carabinersbiners if they weren't so expensive.
This totem is the bomb! A lot of people only like them to the micros but I've used and needed this cam on a lot of otherwise tricky to protect climbs. It is about the same as the BD 0.5, and compliments it well when you need that size but narrower. I wish I even had the next size up. Don't overlook the big totems.
I was given one of these, and use it occasionally when I need a #4 placement in a parallel crack. For the price I would just get a cam for the equivalent size, big bros shine in the larger sizes.
These are the best tools for vertical ice I've ever used. They swing really well once you get used to the wrist flick required, and have a great design for climbing vertical ice. I think the picks are a little soft, and may end up replacing them with an aftermarket pick once these wear down. Otherwise, I have absolutely no complaints.