I'm on the lookout for a quality EDC folder. Since I'm a firefighter, I'd feel comfortable if it at least had a window punch (strap cutter isn't totally essential, I think the main blade would suffice). I'd mostly carry it for off-duty EDC, but also as a personal blade in really tough environments like international search & rescue missions after natural disasters. Right now I'm interested in either the Benchmade 915 triage or the DPx folding HEST. I absolutely adore the design and style of the HEST, but from what I've read, the opinions are pretty mixed. I've only read great things on the triage and the cutting hook is a nice plus, but I'm not totally sold on the sheepfoot blade design. Of course I'm open to other recommendations.