I'm not a tactical guy or really a folder guy, but I will stick my 2 cents in here and give you my thoughts. I'm a bit reluctant to give my views because you've probably forgot more about knife making than I've learned, but I will give my honest thoughts the way I see it.
This design just doesn't say "tactical" to me. Most tactical knives I've seen rely fairly heavily on straight line geometries to give a more tactical flavor. To me, a fierce/wicked looking design is part of the over all tactical package. If I can intimidate or strike fear in my enemy just by the look of my weapon, then I have an advantage.
The entire handle has a rounded comfortable look (which is great for a edc or kitchen type knife) but it doesn't work for me when used on a tactical knife. If I'm going to fight for my life with a knife, I want to know it will remain in my hand and if I have to use it in a thrusting or dagger type manner I want to know that my hand isn't going to end up sliding down the blade.
I did a very quick outline over the blade section to give you a rough idea of what I mean.