Hey Pman!! I was searching the forum and you really are the only person who has used this host. I studied your posts and before I dove into the build I almost messaged you haha. In the flashlight they have a makeshift contact board that I can modify and place down stream for the single 10440. I would use the aluminum led cup and sand the anodizing to make negative contact. Really very few outside parts were needed even after my revision.Speaking of Pman, I have built at least a few 532nm in these lights as BTG mentioned. I'll see if I took a pic of them and post it. +REP. Definately go with the 10440 and spacer. You can get spacers/placeholders at Fasttech really cheap. You should definately be over 100mW with the G but a 3-element "classes" up a lot of diodes.
All streamlights are not the same. The camo ones required me to run a thin strip of copper from font to back. The numbers on them are the peak outputs and what you see on the end is a removable star cap. The beam of a 532nm is so strong you can put them in practically anything and they impress. I was given a black streamlights by Lazerbeak for free as he wanted to see if I could do it. They are a REALLY nice host and feel good in the hand. Highly encourage others to use them although I think they run $20+
This is what I used to build mine and they have a pot if you want to push them. I would say with no adjustment they put out about 50mW though and are great just as they are. Run on a single AAA.
I'll remove this stuff if you want as it's your thread. Just trying to encourage others as I always do to build and it doesn't have to cost a lot. If you look at the average age of our members $ is a big factor.