So I recently bought a ZT 0350, and have been using it for the past 4 days. Over that time, I have found out both pros and cons of the knife. This is my first review, so I apologize in advance if there is anything I miss, or do wrong. When I got the knife, I was happy with the packaging. The black ZT box is nice, and inside there is the knife, which is in bubble wrap, and a small manual. First impressions of the knife were good. I was very happy with the weight, feel, and look. Weight is important to me, and this knife has the perfect weight for its size. The weight distribution is perfect, making the knife feel lighter.The knife looks great, I dig the blade shape, and the handle length. The G10 feels good, but compared to my Manix 2, I dont like it. Not enough purchase, but it is good quality(as it should be). I liked that the knife was a liner lock, and was assisted. The flipper is a good feature on the knife, since using the thumbstuds is very tricky. If you are left handed, you wont even be able to open the knife using the thumbstuds. If you are right handed you should be fine. This shouldnt even be noted, because the "thumbstuds" are actually blade stops. So the flipper is the primary (and I would say only), method of opening the knife. Only issue with using the flipper, is that if you continually do this, your fingers will hurt, since they smash right into the jimping. Speaking of the jimping, it is fantastic on this knife. It is very comfortable, works surprisingly well, and looks good too. This brings us to the ergonomics of the knife, which are great. The knife fits comfortably in the hand in both regular grip, saber grip, and reverse grip. The handle is a little short, but its nice, because you get more control. The spine of the blade has a "dip" in it, which makes the knife more comfortable to hold when you move up on the blade for more precision. The liner of the knife is okay. I was not happy with the fact that the liner lockbar is milled, which I'm sure aids with the liner moving, but reduces strength. The liner is not jimped, so I assume if it was wet or dirty/bloody, it could be hard to disengage. The knife offers a 4 position clip, which is great for everyone. I carry mine tip-up, right hand. The clip is good, probably one of my favourites, because it is short, and holds onto your pocket very well. The knife does stick out of the pocket a lot, but I like this because it allows me to grab the knife more easily. When I removed the clip, I noticed that the part which the pivot screw, screws into, is not black. But I like that, since it gives some contrast. On to the negatives of this knife. The most noticible issues of this knife, is that the torsion bar makes so much noise. However, I fixed this by taking the knife apart, and adding grease. The next thing is, the blade stop is not centered, it sticks out about 1mm more on one side than the other. The last, and biggest issue with the knife, is the blade centering. The blade was so off center, that it was rubbing the liner, and the DLC coating was starting to come off. I could not see bare metal, but the DLC coating was becoming reflective in that spot. Overall, this knife is fantastic. I would, and will buy one again. If you are looking for a good tactical folder, and dont want to get ripped off buying an Emerson(LOL), then grab one of these bad boys, you wont be disappointed. Please let me know if there is anything I left out in this review. Also, sorry for the lack of proper paragraphs haha.