Hi, So I actually have a few questions that I’d like to roll into one here. So I started off by purchasing Spyderco Dragonfly 2, in VG10. So far I really like the knife. The size is small, but still big enough to be rather useful. I like the pocket clip and Spyderhole. Having said that, I don’t think having just one knife will do. I wouldn’t mind getting something larger, just for fun. Here are some other knives I am considering: Spyderco Paramilitary 2 Spyderco Kiwi 4 Kershaw Skyline I live in Connecticut, where Assisted-opening knives are questionably legal, as are knives like that Griptilian which could be considered gravity knives. While I’m sure that getting into trouble for owning either I listed these in order of price. Obviously the PM2 is the most expensive, and one of the most loved knives out there. The CPM S30V steel seems rather nice, and the knife is fairly large. The Kiwi 4 doesn’t seem like it gets too much love, but the Wharncliffe looks nice, and it’s a nice size. One thing holding me back on it is the studs. The Skyline is the cheapest option. I like the flipper opening, and at the $40 price point, it’s almost painless to purchase. However, I’m concerned about the steel. It doesn’t seem, like it is quite up there like the VG10 and S30V. What would you prefer? Also, My Dragonfly 2 came between 30 and 40 degrees. I have the Sharpmaker with Diamond Rods. Should I backbevel to 30, or can I just continue to sharpen at 40, until the knife is 40? I have read that 40 isn’t quite a razor sharp, but fairly easy to maintain.