I am looking to buy my first Barkie, but as there are so many choices and I don't live anywhere near a dealer where I can actually try before I buy, I thought I would post up my thoughts so far and see what you guys think. I am looking for a general EDC knife. I want it to be small enough to be pocket carried, but big enough to be useful for general every day cutting tasks. I know it does not have to be very big as I have been carrying a Spyderco dragonfly for a year or so now, and it has never really let me down. However I fancy a small fixed blade to add into the mix. Daily I guess I cut fruit, sharpen a pencil, open a box, cut paracord, that kind of thing. At weekends during the cooler months I go camping in the dessert and have been carrying a CRKT Steve Ryan Plan B for a few years now, so ideally would like the Barkie to take its place as well. I would like for it to fit into the Adirondack pocket sheath if possible, but this is a flexible want. Anyone know if the bumble bee and the Imp will fit into an Adirondack Pocket Sheath? My personal preference is towards a broader blades, but it is not always easy to tell from a picture how the knife looks in real life. I have short listed five; IMP, Bumble Bee, PSK, MiniCanadian and Lil Creek. I have done quite a lot of web searching for in-hand pics to try and get as good an idea as possible of the proportions, and checked out all the stats I could find. Currently I think the Imp is top of my list. With the Bumble Bee second but I don't think it will fit into the Adirondack sheath. The PSK and MiniCanadian equal 3rd and the Lil Creek last as I am not a huge fan of the shape. As for finish, I want something utilitarian, solid and basic looking. I am not really into the bright colors, fancy woods or burls. Maybe Lignum Vite, Olivewood, Walnut or Dessert Ironwood. As for pins, I think just plain solid pins with a hollow one at the tail would be ideal. Any input would be great. Thanks in advance. B.