As the collection grows one has to look for new ways to identify something that's missing and justify another acquisition. Lately I've been scratching my head looking in my knife drawer when I want to bring something small and light for those fast and light trips out in the woods. It's a silly thing and I could probably do just fine without it, but it's one of those habits that are hard to break. I bought the mini grip sheepsfoot for the same reason, but it's just too bulky and heavy for the kind of fast paced outings I have in mind. My Dragonfly is quite spot on when it comes to weight and size, but I have the regular blade shape, which isn't optimal for this specific use case. I know there is a wharnie version that would probably be very good, but I also want a slimmer profile when closed. A slimmer profile would certainly be at the expense of the spydie hole that I've come to like so much, but for this application the profile is more important. It has to be a one hand open though. I would strongly prefer to have a finger choil for the added safety, actually I think I'll even prefer a choil over a lock if that broadens my options. Being meant for outdoor use, and obviously with emergencies in mind, it has to be grippy. I don't want to put any arbitrary limitations on scale materials, but with an emphasis on weight and grippiness FRN or textured CF is obvious options. I would be surprised if I don't already know about some obvious candidates, but my brain is sedated by an overdose of Christmas carols and heavy food, so nothing really comes to mind right now. And there's always a possibility that someone around here knows a good candidate that I'm entirely unaware of.