Support BladeForums! Paid memberships don't see ads! So, at Trackrock this past spring I was hanging around where Andy was grinding knives for folks. The Fiddleback crew has a tray of knives laying there in various stages of the grinding process. Andy will work on them during rare idle periods. Mostly on friday since saturday is the busy day. I was admiring a AEB-L sylvrfalcen when Andy walked over and asked what I was doing. I told him I was wondering what a sylvrfalcen without the hump would look like. I really like the handle and as most of you know it's my most carried knife. Before I finished the thought Andy grabbed the knife, went over the grinder and de-humped the back. Shortly after that Phillip wanders over and says let's go find some handles. We walked over to the vendor tables and I picked out something a little different than what you see on most knives coming out the shop. He then taped up all the pieces and threw it back into the tray with the knife blanks. Imagine my excitement when Phillip told me it was in the mail last week. I'm pretty stoked to have my own one of a kind Fiddleback. All the guys in the shop are great folks and a fun group to hang out with. You just never know what's going to happen at Trackrock.