A lot of knives seem to have intangible value. The only thing harder than figuring out why one bushcraft shaped knife will have a fanatical following and another near mirror image will be meh will be these threads where the cons try to dissect the intangible and the pros try to rebut their talking points. There's a lot of knives that I don't like that I'd never buy. I don't care why other people like them. There are even more knives that I like that I'd still never buy. It's really the opposite of hoeing your own garden.