I tried the Street Beat in the Passaround, and I loved it. It fits my hand perfectly and I love the way it "points" when I hold it. It's on my short list of knives that I really "need", not merely "want". Frankly, the only reason I haven't bought one yet is the price. It is rather high for what you're getting. VG-10 is a great steel (in fact, it's my favorite steel), but it's not like S110V or M390 or ELMAX. I think some of the cost has to do with the handles. Micarta isn't cheap, but it's not that expensive either. However, compare the micarta on the SB to those on a Becker or ESEE. On the SB, the handles are smooth, rounded, and contoured. No sharp corners, edges, or hotspots. The whole knife is that way. It's not a sharpened slab of steel with some handles slapped on. It's a highly refined tool that's a joy to hold and use.
If only it were just a bit longer...
Looking for a GEC Bull Nose sodbuster in Nifebrite acrylic. If you have one to sell or know where I can find one, let me know.