This is all IMHO but,
The Nimravus is a very cool looking knife. It looks like a fixed blade Pinnacle or something.
Unfortunately, that's exactly what it is.
It's a fixed blade patterned off of a folder. This is NOT a good idea.
The blade thickness is less than 1/8th of an inch, I consider this to be marginal at best for a "general outdoor utility knife."
There is not nearly enough hilt for my liking, and the grip is too narrow for comfortable or prolonged utility use.
Now, having said this, let me add,
I don't think BM had a utility knife in mind when they designed this knife. My guess is that BM intends this as a solution for the people who can't place confidence in the current offerings of lock mechanisms.
IOW, it IS a fixed blade tactical folder.
If that's what you want it for, it should serve you well.
If OTOH, you want the utility knife I'd suggest that you go take a look at something like Cold Steel. Cold steel has several great utility knives well below or near the price of the Nimravus. (100 bucks)
100 dollars seems like a little too much money for the Nimravus too. Considering what you get for it. (A folder that won't fold!)
BTW, I know it doesn't sound like it, but I am a BIG Benchmade fan.
I cut it, and I cut it, and it's STILL too short!