From the slightly goofy, but charming footprints of the Walkabout to the almost jagged designs on the Shoal and the bubbling menace of the Zimba, is it just me or are these guys killing it? I don't like metal handles, I don't like framelocks and titanium doesn't matter to me at all, but it's nice to see a company making large modern knives that don't lean so darn heavily on a tactical motif. I'm all about function over form, but I get a little tired of black G10 handles dominating the modern knife world. The anodizing and splashes of color Kizer often includes are another nice touch. I didn't realize that, given the choice between plain gray titanium and a rainbow of anodized colors I'd take the rainbow, but it turns out I will, even if just to break up the visual monotony. Anyone else feeling me on this? I really think these guys, both in house and collaboration, are making the most visually interesting production knives on the market.