Support BladeForums! Paid memberships don't see ads! First, Happy Birthday bossman, and many many more, but, you did not show this blade well when you introduced it, so I passed on it. It wasnt until hogs posted proper pics that I realized what a sweet piece it was. In the introductory pics it looked thick and stubby, but when the hogs took their pics its true flowing slicey lean beauty was exposed. Im not one to tell a master smith how to present his blades, but I do think that more better pics would present the knives better to potential buyers.