I had a Leatherman SLV (Costcos version of the AL with a gray scales of Aluminum).
Though I traded it for a Swisstool and a Cybertool 54 (both Vics, no pics).
I used my Leatherman for quite awhile. Mainly the saw. Though some of the other tools were not very useful for my purposes. I'm sure on a set (theater) it would be invaluable (along with a good folder). Most of the tools didn't really apply to bushcraft as much as I thought they would.
Though I can tell you the pliers are really good for untying those darn heavily strained knots (loaded). :D
I guess I can see the file being useful as well, smoothing the inside of notches and such (making a bow).
Scissors (skizzors :D) are usually too small on multi-tools and only really good for doing nails and smaller stuff (hey open that darn bag with a knife :D ).
The screwdriver, phillips/flat, well, I'm not really gonna be fixing things in the woods.
Though, you get the idea. Useful for home and other modern settings. Wilderness settings, well there isn't anything your knife can't accomplish.
Here's a neat vintage EOD tool that I bought recently. It's just under 5" long and 1/4" thick. A C4 spike serves as one handle for the pliers. A 2 and 1/3" blade is housed in the other handle. It's marked "explosifs luxite" on one side and "Luxembourg-Kockelscheuer" on the other. According to Wikipedia, "Kockelscheuer is a small town in the commune of Roeser, in southern Luxembourg. As of 2001, the town has a population of 261. The Fortis Championships Luxembourg are held at the Kockelscheuer Sport Centre, just to the north of the town."
Here is my current collection. Keep in mind, I'm NOT a collector, I am a USER. Eash one has it's specific time and purpose. I've had a multi-tool on me EVERYDAY for the last 10 years so I know what I'm talking about when it comes to tools.