I'm in the process of buying a house so am thinning the herd over the next few months. I'm looking long and hard at my overall knife collection and CRK makes up a big chunk of it. What would you say is your absolute bare minimum CRK collection if you had to consolidate down. Most threads like this specify a number like pick 3, but I won't put that restriction. You can have as many as you want, as long as it's your bare minimum. Here's mine with my rationale: 1) Regular BG42 small sebenza. It was my first CRK and my first nice knife. I don't find it useful as an EDC for my current lifestyle, but I have enormous nostalgia with it. 2) Large 21 pre-Idaho stamp. Picked this one up recently and it's a beast! The pre-Idaho stamp is a strong preference for me in the overall aesthetic. I plan to send it in for double thumb stud. 3) Aviator. My love for CRK started with the one piece fixed blade knives (OPK) even though I didn't own one for years after my sebenza. I own several now but will likely pare down to just the aviator because to me, it's the iconic OPK and also most practical. While I love my Project 2, it seems like I'm better off with a regular full tang fixed blade knife and a pocket survival kit. Whereas the aviator is so small, I could see it being a one-item-does-all knife and survival kit for a day hike. 4) Tom Mayo Modified Original ATS34 Large Sebenza. Many here post that they don't like the Mayonized sebenzas, but I adore mine. It's probably the rarest knife I own, and given that Mr Mayo is in his 70s and stopped offering these modifications years ago, it's practically irreplaceable. I have many other CRKs that I love, but these are my core 4 that I consider my bare minimum if I had to pare down for financial reasons. Tell us about your choices!