A perspective from the opposite end. Here's my small Sebenza, carried it for years as my only edc and still do often in rotation. A great, reliable, solid edc is an understatement for this knife IMHO. No punches pulled, use it for any task I think a knife should handle, cutting all manner of things, acting as a stand in tool and popping off non twist off beer caps being high on the list (that last one being with the handle, not the blade, I'm liberal but not reckless with it). I recently noticed when comparing it to a newer inlay version I picked up, just how much steel I've taken off the blade through so many sharpening sessions. This knife definitely shows its miles in the TI but, for me that looks much nicer than brand new. Next to it a brand new Douk Douk, mint, have had it for years but, have never carried it. No particular reason why, I guess the Seb and others just pushed off the opportunity. Well, I don't have any issue trying new blades and I've certainly tried plenty but, after seeing this thread, the positive comments above, seeing @WValtakis sporting his recently in the edc thread and the inspirational comment from @Dadpool , I'll be carrying it tomorrow for the first time.