My GEC collection is rather small, but I've been around this place long enough to see hundreds if not thousands of fantastic examples of bone sided GEC knives... which brings me to my question. The vintage fans among us have an affinity for the authentic Rogers bone style jigging patterns. It's peculiar that GEC's business model seems to be to bring back, improve or perhaps use old out of production patterns as the idea / foundation for their offerings .... but ... I haven't seen a very good attempt from GEC at trying their hand at recreating the more typical Rogers bone jigging patterns. They don't even seem to use the typical modern jigging that everybody's familiar with that Case uses (there seems to be a conscious effort to avoid any jigging that remotely resembles modern Case jigging). I guess GEC likes to do their own thing when it comes to jigging. I just think their bone sided knives would be so much more visually appealing with a more vintage type jigging applied ... anybody have any thoughts or intel on why they don't go more vintage with their jigging ?