Over the past couple of years I'd been keeping a list of knives that caught my eye, with the intention of a possible future acquisition. Every so often I revisit it, remove old ones, add new ones, adjust ranking... Presently there are 2 that have floated up towards the top end in my "up to $120" range (either lightly used or on sale, from original retail price). One of them is the Kizer Wanderer. It's a knife that generally reviewed well from all I could find and while a bit plain, is lauded for its quality and "Spydiechef" inspired design while costing a good bit less. The other is a QSP Puffin. It's on the small side, but so much of the design elements really speak to me. I'd carry it as a more "formal" EDC. Which one would you choose if pricing was comparable? Both feature S35VN steel and titanium frames. The Puffin is 3" while the Wanderer is 3.5". Feel free to suggest others in about the same category at a similar price. Thanks!