You could (( lets not hint at a non-BF dealer )) find the Becker BK2 ~$62 shipped and a Spyderco Sharpmaker, too, for ~$52 shipped. That'll leave you enough from that $150 to buy a Buck 110 Folding Hunter (( or this one either )) - and a quick lunch there, too. The BK2 with it's aftermarket Micarta handle is not as comfortable as the OEM handle - save your money. If you opt for the aftermarket Micarta handles, take the original screws to a hardware store and get the same screws, just a 1/4" longer. Here is my new BK2 and older RC-5 (now 'ESEE-5'):
They are both 5" x .25" knives of 1095 carbon steel. The slicker finish of the Becker splits wood with less drag. The Sharpmaker comes with a DVD showing how to use it. Best advice: Use BonAmi or Comet and an old wet sponge to clean the ceramic files regularly. Good luck.
If you want a nice small fixed blade hiking knife, consider the Buck 113.