I use Topeak Turbo Morph, and it is good up to 160psi, with fold-down foot, hose connection, T-handle, and a flip-down analog gauge. It fits in my Camelbak 'pump port'. Not the cheapest one out there, but it works.
I bought a Topeak Road Morph G pump a few weeks ago and like it a lot. It is frame-mountable, has many great reviews and satisfied users on Amazon.com, and works up to 160 PSI. It works for both Schraeder and Presta valves by flipping an internal piece in the pump head; there's no need to carry a separate 'schraeder-to-Presta adapter'.
Has anyone tried the Lezyne pumps? These look great.
You want just "good" or "great"? You've already gotten the best answers: the Morph series. Get the one that best suits your tire size. The ones with the gauge have an added bonus.
Remember that these and any mini/frame pump are best for when you need them out on the road/trail. Use a floor pump when you can.
Originally Posted by slopvehicle
Not wearing a helmet makes me more aware of my surroundings. I find myself anticipating the hardness of concrete 50 or 100 feet in front of me, it's almost a zen-like connection between my face and the pavement.