At least, they look remarkable. I haven't had a chance to try them and I am arguing with myself over buying a set: Lee Valley's Woodworker's Parallel-Tip Screwdrivers. Sized, they say, for #4 through #10 woodscrews, they have hollow-ground parallel tips the same width as the shaft and the rugged "perfect handle" design, in which the driver body is one piece of steel with two wooden scales to form the grip. The cross-section of the grip is oval, allowing a better hold and keeping them from rolling.
This is just about every desirable feature in a flat-blade screwdriver. They include a carbide burnisher to improve grip with brass screws, a great idea if it works.
I rarely endorse current commercial products and this is based on the catalog info -- but the design is just plain right in many ways.