I am currently working on a bushcraft knife design starting with the Marbles Woodcraft as inspiration for the blade design because Kephart mentions an affinity for it, and I like Kephart designs. But is it well suited to modern bushcraft where it seems most models have points near the midline? Puukkos and leukus seem like the most common variance from the midline tip, that I've seen regularly discussed in bushcraft circles, and I like them a lot myself. So, I guess I'm looking for input, opinions, preferences, and general thoughts on knives aimed squarely at bushcrafting or bushcamping (rustic camping) that would have the tip closer to a straight back or trailing point design vs a drop point or spear point that seems more popular. Here was an initial sketch I did to kind of see what it would look like and kind of a reference point of what I'm discussing. The elevated spine near the tip serves as a reinforcement for the tip while getting extra belly like a trailing point. It reminded me more of a roach belly style after I drew it, but I was more aiming at a modern take on the Marbles woodcraft with some of the preferences I think people like for bushcraft like no swedge, neutral handle, and a scandi grind. One advantage I see from this is serving better as a camp kitchen knife with the longer belly, but I'm really interested in others experiences or opinions.