It depends on what you need from your multitool, there are lots of models out there.
If you don't carry a knife and will rely on the blade on your multitool for everyday cutting tasks, a Leatherman Charge might be the best choice. It has one hand opening knife blades, and the plain edge one is made out of S30V. The titanium handled model is quite light for its size.
However, if you do carry a knife, give the SwissTool Spirit (or the original SwissTool) a look. It's a great tool, and the ratchet with the extra bits is fantastic (much better than the built in bit holders in Leatherman tools). It's very well built, and I like the design better than the other tools in the market. For starters, you don't need to open the pliers to reach the other tools, they open from outside the handles. The only downside is that the knife blade in the SwissTool Spirit is a serrated edge sheepfoot blade, which wouldn't be my first choice for an EDC blade.
The original SwissTool is a bit heavy to carry, the Spirit is not only lighter, but it's also a lot more comfortable to handle.
By the way, Inova is now making flashlights for Victorinox, so you can get a nice matching multitool/flashlight set.