I am mourning the death of my Greenlee DCV 10 testers which recently passed away. http://www.yf-instruments.com/greenlee/DVC-10.shtm
I have been using this type of testers for almost 20 years and have been nursing this pair along for a couple of years because I knew they had discontinued the model. I have used the new version Greenlee came out with but I don't like them, they just don't feel right in my hands.
I liked having one of the probes on the body of the tester itself and having only 1 test lead. This is probably why they don't make them anymore due to the fact they don't have replacable test leads. I liked the digital readout, audible continuity, the ability to test low voltage and the carrying case.
The only other testers that are close in my opinion is the Fluke T5-600:http://www.transcat.com/Catalog/productdetail.aspx?itemnum=T5-600E
I just wanted to get others opinions before I pull the trigger.