My most recent lights are the Fenix pd32 2016 edition, and the Thrunite archer 1a v3. The Fenix pd32 has been my go-to flashlight for a few years now (xp-g s2 version), and the 2016 edition finally had some updates that I thought were worth while so I bought one, and I'm glad I did. I really dig the 5 lumen low setting that can run for over 10 days. I don't care much for 0.1 lumen moonlight settings that some lights use just to claim 3 million day runtimes or whatnot. The smaller archer 1a I picked up because I didn't really have an aa flashlight other than my big Fenix TK41. My collection has grown more than I care to admit over the last few years. I have Fenix TK10, pd32, TK35, TK41, pd32 2016 edition, Surefire G2x pro, 6px pro, 6px tac, and x300 ultra. Also a Nitecore mt1c, a Sunwayman m10r, Eagletac d25lc2, streamlight tlr-1, and my little pocket light, an olight I3s. In other words, my name is shortround and I'm an addict.
For anyone looking for a gateway drug to get into nicer flashlights, something like the Thrunite tn12 on amazon for $46 would be a good investment. For anyone looking to save battery power, I would suggest lights that use only mechanical switches and not fancy electric switches. I had a Nitecore ec2 for a while that had terrible parasitic drain on the batteries whilst not in use.