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I would get the larger/largest you can afford. I use the Etch Mate myself, but the Hold and Fold is great, too. The neat thing with a good, quality bender is that once you start using it, you will use it MORE than you thought. Sure, right now you may just think about using it for simple clips or a stowage bin, or other small stuff, but once you get used to it, you will want to do fenders, track guards, aircraft landing flaps, etc. You don't want to buy TWO tools, and the price difference between the large and small is worth the difference I think. I think also a bigger bender is just easier to hold and handle.