Now, what would you expect someone that was trying to avoid scrutiny to do, at this point, when they received the first official request for those emails? I'm pretty sure the answer is anything but "promptly and immediately start handing them over."
This is a convoluted way to say "When asked for the emails, Hillary Clinton promptly and immediately handed them over." And I can only say: 
If you are going to claim this, please provide references documenting this prompt and immediate handover.
I claim the opposite: that Hillary Clinton did not promptly and immediately hand anything over, but late and grudgingly. And I will provide references.
The gold standard is Sharyl Attkinson's timeline:
The Benghazi incident happened right before the election in 2012. Judicial Watch filed an FOIA request immediately after this, and Sharyl Attkinson filed one as well in December 2012. These FOIA requests included requests for Hillary Clinton emails related to Benghazi. So our clock starts ticking in November 2012.
February 2013: Judicial Watch sued the State Department for failing to respond to the FOIA requests.
August 2013: the Congress subpoenaed Benghazi-related documents.
2014: Judicial Watch files another FOIA request, then files another lawsuit when it gets no response.
Now, the key happened in December 2014. I'll quote it exactly instead of paraphrasing:
Dec. 5: Clinton privately turns over copies of 30,490 "work-related" emails to the State Dept. totaling 55,000 printed pages. No date has been provided as to when she deleted her "private" emails, but it is presumed to be around this time frame.
So two years after the first FOIA requests, Hillary Clinton finally turned over emails... printed on paper with minimal email header information. She and/or her team deleted literally tens of thousands of emails and then wiped the server. She claimed that these were personal emails, not work-related, but wiping the server was highly improper (actually illegal, I'm pretty sure, but nobody took action against her for it).
Note that the federal document retention laws required her to turn over copies of all work related communications on or before her last day as Secretary of State. She did not turn anything over until forced to, two years later, and she turned over printed paper. If she had simply used the government email system, the government would already have had all her emails; that's why she was supposed to be using the government email system. (She never asked for or received permission for deviating from the normal way of doing things, but those who knew what she was doing never did anything to stop her.)
And then, the FBI revealed that they had found another 15,000 work-related emails that Hillary Clinton had failed to turn over (she turned over 30,000, so that's not a small number of emails). https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/the-fix/wp/2016/08/22/the-fbi-found-15000-emails-hillary-clinton-didnt-turn-over-uh-oh/
In the 30K emails turned over (printed on paper) there weren't any emails related to Benghazi. In the 15K emails recovered by the FBI, 30 Benghazi-related emails were found. That means Hillary Clinton deleted Benghazi-related emails rather than turn them over, and of course the original FOIA requests were specifically looking for Benghazi-related emails.
Quote from that article:
"Clinton swore before a federal court and told the American people she handed over all of her work-related emails. If Clinton did not consider emails about something as important as Benghazi to be work-related, one has to wonder what is contained in the other emails she attempted to wipe from her server," senior communications adviser Jason Miller said in a statement.
So, please explain to me how waiting two years and then handing over a pile of printed papers with minimal email headers and from which the specifically requested emails were deleted is "promptly, immediately" responding to the request.
Moreover, this is direct evidence of a massive double standard, when people give those like Pence the benefit of the doubt, but refuse to give any to Clinton.
I'm willing to give Mike Pence the benefit of the doubt, because he used AOL, rather than setting up a server under his own physical control. He had no way to wipe the server.
Also there is this quote from TFA:
Pence's office said his campaign hired outside counsel as he was departing as governor to review his AOL emails and transfer any involving public business to the state.
So if I understand correctly, you personally are fine with Hillary Clinton waiting two years and then having her staff print the emails out on paper when forced to by a subpoena from Congress, but you have a problem with Mike Pence hiring "outside counsel" to review his emails and transfer work-related ones to the state before his last day as governor. I suggest that it is in fact you who has a double standard.