I'm going to continue to lead this thread off topic... But I want to chime in on the VA Zombie Slayer.
I have one and love it. It's rough around the edges, but it's not supposed to be. Compared to other longswords of a similar size I've handled (not many), it's a bit more front heavy, and a little stiffer overall, but it feels really good in hand. It's .25 inch thick at the tang, 1060 steel and cuts really well. Very little effort to go through bottles and other sword-fodder, and the edge held up well to some small tree branches, and an accidental impact on some concrete. The sheath is a work of art, and the shoulder strap is removable. The swords are offered with leather slab and wrap handles, paracord, or acetal plastic handle slabs. I got the plastic slabs because I think it looks better, and I plan to make a kydex sheath for the sword, so it'll fit the overall tacticool sword look I want for it.
Not my pictures, but for demonstration purposes.
I think the overall shape is pretty attractive.
And to get back on topic, I've always wanted a Dadao, but most offerings I've seen so far were "meh", but for the price of the Condor, and from how much people love their products, I have to pick up one now. And one of their Warloks. And maybe a combat machete. And maybe a TRT hawk. And maybe their whole lineup...