Thank you, I agree about how lucky I am. Each time I have seen pictures of it it just keeps getting better and better. It started off beautifully in Nepal where Bhakta created the beautiful blade. Then it traveled through Reno to WA where it lost a little extra weight from the metal behind the handle and gained some seriously awesome checkering thanks to the skill and craftsmanship of that extremely talented wood worker and even metal morpher magician Bawanna, who found a few ways to improve perfection, then even created the awesome skipline checking, that I do love the look of. Then is headed off to SC where it met up with leather bender extraordinaire Pugs who listened to my concerns about the sheaths he has been building for these knives and came up with a way I could get the incredible look of the beaver tail and the style of the molded sheath he had done for some of the original IBBBs that I really wanted. Based on that concern he worked out how changing the placement of the belt loop it would fit my waist without the problem men's sheaths have on women because of the difference in ratio between hips and waist. When he showed me the pictures this morning I was blown away by the entire package and how it all came together thanks to all the craftsmen involved. I can't wait to hold her in my hand. Truely a special knife, and the fact that both of these fine men donated their time and skill to Auntie's Kami Medical Fund makes it even more special. Thank you both of you.