Exposure's range of lights and the Joystick in particular have been the weapon of choice for spendy MAMILs for some years now. Combining light weight, high power and smart design Exposure's lights have pretty much defined the template for all-in-one lights.
The Exposure Diablo is something of a hybrid light, borrowing elements from elsewhere in the Exposure range. It's essentially the triple Cree XPG R5 LED emitter array from the Toro and the 2600mAh battery from the Joystick. The slender barrel works with existing Joystick bar and helmet mounts, although slightly strangely only a helmet mount comes in the box – you'll need to buy an extra mount to use it on your bars, which is a better bet for the road.
The Exposure Strada is a serious light for road riding, putting in a strong performance across the board. It's a serious price too, but one that's justified if you do a lot of road riding out beyond the street lights.
The Flare is the self-sufficient rear light from Exposure, a development from their Red-Eye rear light that sucks power via a lead out the back of one of Exposure's powerful Joystick off-road lights. The tidy little Flare runs off a single CR123A battery - a squat camera battery to you and me. It pushes out a bright 75 lumens of red light via a Seoul P4 LED. Exposure say there's 9hrs of constant light to be had with a disposable battery and 3hrs with rechargeables, or 22hrs and 8hrs respectively in flashing mode.