I find the folding shovels handy for sorting drainage - you don't normally need to move a lot of earth to do that on quick repairs. We have a big bunch of proper tools that are landrovered on site for build days.
Having tried Mcleods in the past (I did a *tiny* bit of volunteer work at Cwmcarn when that was being built - a morning, I think) I've been looking for somewhere that sells them over here ever since - fantastic trail building tool!
+1 for the rake comments as well - very good point.
Gerber shovel here is good, but I use a cheapo one: here which is fine for light deberming, which is pretty much all we do in between build sessions. Anything more robust weighs or costs more, and frankly the cheap one has lasted me fine since I found it in the woods.