At first I thought, "this thing could use a better name." But then I repeated it to myself a few times. Gut Daddy. Gut Daddy. It grew on me. Long and short, this is one of those small companies with a really simple, but really good, product idea. Fairly often, while field-dressing deer, I ask someone to "hold that leg right there." Thing is, I'm often field-dressing by myself. The Gut Daddy secures a deer (or hog or similarly sized critter) in a convenient position by the front legs for field-dressing, no assistance required, while a set of hooks hold the rib cage open for easy access to the business at hand. After use, it packages up into a hard-sided case for compact storage. At just over 9 pounds it's not something I'm going to carry with me deep into the woods, but it is handy to keep at camp, behind the truck seat, or in the toolbox of your ATV, and each system includes a skinning knife, gutting knife, and bone saw. $129.99 —W.B.