So after all the lip service you guys gave me in my "Explain Spyderco to me" thread I finally broke down and impulse-bought one. A sprint-run ZDP189 Jess Horn. Pics: So after the week or so of waiting, I finally got it, took it out of the box. I then put a lanyard I had made (during my waiting time) on it and put it in my pocket and walked around and took it out a few times. The good: I used it to open a few plastic bags for my girlfriend. It's scalpel-sharp. Bloody amazing edge on this thing. The lock is super-solid. It fits in my medium-sized hand perfectly. It weighs easily half of what my Gerber mini covert or LM Squirt P4 weigh. The bad/weird: The thing is... I can't get used to the spyder hole. Maybe my opposable digits are short or something, but I can't seem to open it without putting my hand in an uncomfortable contortion. Also, though it's tip-up carry which I like, but the clip, while great, is on the wrong side. I'm right-handed, and I like having the opening stud/hole/tab/slot/whatever on the same side as my thumb when I pull it out of my pocket. I don't feel that's unreasonable. Some traction grooves would be nice on the blade spine behind the hole as well, though this knife is clearly not designed for the kind of serious cutting you'd use a bigger/heavier knife for. Bottom line is it's a really nice knife if you like Spyderco's. Personally, I don't think it's a keeper for me because I'm super-picky, so expect it for sale on here momentarily.