So I got this based upon a review of sorts on I think the Cheap Knife thread. I mean how bad could it be for less than 10 bucks? Is it just another cheap-ass knife? Okay, the one I ordered was a little bit more than 10 bucks. The cheaper version is called the Sani-safe line or something and the handles are a sterile looking white. First of all, this is a cheap knife. Is it cheap-ass? Well it's made in the good ole USA so I'm not calling it that. Yet. Did I say this was a cheap knife? Feels like a toy, hardly weighs anything, and it flexes like a filet blade. Another reason I'm not calling it C-A is that it's freakin wicked sharp. I've had a few Spydercos (I sold them in the early 80s) and this thing may be sharper than Spyderco's serrations. Which as you know, is saying a lot! It's one of those blades that might cut you if you just look at it wrong. Too bad because it doesn't feel like much more than a plastic knife. A plastic knife that no doubt can do some damage. I expect that Dexter Russell's whole line is about the same quality as most of the blades are priced about the same. Is it worth it? If you want a knife that's just barely a knife but freaking wicked sharp then yes. I have no doubt this thing will rip through just about anything you care to rip through. I think sharpness aside if it was like 5 bucks I'd recommend it as a disposable picnic type knife or something where if it broke or got lost who cares. Perfect tackle box/tool box knife. Did I say this thing was wicked sharp?