Here's my latest. I saw this at a gun show recently and was impressed by the build quality, heft, fit and finish, and the blade steel, so I picked it up online later at Dave's. Spyderco's Butch Vallotton Sub-Hilt Folder. Scales are finely polished black G-10, and the handle has stainless steel bolsters and liners, with a liner lock. Spyderco calls the blade a modified Tanto design, and it's in CPM S30V steel. The blade is a full 5/32" thick, and still 1/8" thick up to within 3/8ths of an inch of the point. This is a substantial blade. Hollow-ground across the working edge, with a convex-ground tip for strength. Blade length is 3 5/8", and overall, the knife is 8 3/4" long. Folded, the knife is an even 5" long, with a handle 11/16" thick. Weight is a hefty and no-nonsense 6.3oz. Action is smooth as butter, and opening is easy using Butch's opening post or Spyderco's characteristic hole, and the blade, of course, is shaving-sharp right out of the box. The handle is drilled and tapped for the clip to allow tip-up or tip-down carry, either right or left-handed. Interestingly, I think the knife would have had a cleaner design had Butch not had to accommodate the "Spyderco hole," but everything from Spyderco's gotta have the hole... It's almost too nice a knife to use as an everyday hard-working knife! I'll keep my Benchmade CQC7 and Spyderco Millie for that duty. But this makes an impressive - and absolutely functional - gentleman's knife. I like it! WA.