As mentioned in a previous post, there are too many factors to conclude. I'll just say this, all other things being equal(steel, heat treat, etc.) the best cutter will be the one that's the thinnest behind the edge. I will also qualify that, that's only as long as the edge is not too thin. For...
Bothe height and thickness are important to performance. I think it's called aspect ratio. Different thickness at the spine and height will result in a different angle or aspect ratio near the edge or behind the edge.
I carried a bali during high school and college. I had that for years and it fulfilled all my needs. Until I lost it when the outrigger canoe we were fishing in, capsized. I never felt the need for multiple edc knives until I got on the forums.
I've gone over to the FW3A as an edc light. I like it because so far it's the smallest 18650 light I own. The thing is the eswitch(?) is easy to activate unless it's locked. Turbo mode on it quickly heats it up and more than once, I've had an itching then a burning sensation in my pocket.
Well, since that unfairly inserted into that statement is a matter of opinion, you are open to disagreement to which I took my option to disagree.
There is no myth. As I replied. it just is more work.
You said that I was manufacturing the personal side of your butthurt. This statement...