I am literally minutes away from pulling the trigger on a Chris Reeve knife with box elder burl wood inlay ( I've heard they are stabilized because it wouldn't hold otherwise, which is a bonus for me ) and satin finish blade. This will be the most premium knife I've ever owned. ( I literally only own a buck vanguard and 110 folder after selling my spyderco collection prior to getting married. ) I figured go big or go home, and this is the max I can afford. Anyway, I am concerned the satin finish will scratch easily and the scratches will be extremely bothereosme, is there a service provided by Chris Reeves' that would remove cosmetic scratches from the blade for a payment down the road if I wish? I understand it's not covered under warranty and would be willing to pay for such a service. I've heard they do service the handles for a fee, so I was hoping they would the blade as well. Their FAQ has answered many of my questions but this one is still not well understood by me. Thank you.