Yes, we've reviewed pumps before. We like that more and more choices are offered.
One of the ongoing needs of our team mechanic is to 'top off' time trial wheels at races.
Using a disc adapter and getting things up to correct, usually higher pressures means a lot of pumping and sometimes a lot of one hand pumping.
The Bontrager Turbo Charger HP is a good choice for road wheels in particular. We found that it takes about 10 strokes to go from 60psi to 100psi on a 700c x 25mm tire. Compared to other pumps that took twice as many storkes that was quite a labor savings. In addition, it was not difficult to operate with one hand. One caveat, a shorter mechanic may find the pump more difficult to use with a single hand, but just fine with two.
We've been using the Lever+ for a couple of years. We've been avoiding underseat saddle bags for 20 years. This well designed tool offers a compact way to wrap a spare tube with an integrated velcro strap. Two allen wrenches that double as screwdrivers on the opposite end complete a basic toolset for most on the road fixes.
We all have flats. Our Localcycling. com Test Team has used the Lever+ to change both on road and offroad, as well as tubeless cyclocross. The 'bite' of the lever gets under the bead better than some other well known levers. While we often carry a second plastic tire lever as a backup, the single lever method of tire removal (sliding the lever all the way around the diameter) works quite well with this tool. The wrenches have been used to adjust saddles and derailleur stops.
Minimmalist? You betcha. Perfect. Available at your LBS (local bike store).