Just received the Mini Buster, and it is quite a stunning knife. Both the design and machining are impeccable, and I can see this becoming one of my favorites to use and carry. With that said, I have a few comments, and was wondering if others have experienced the same thing, or if there is anything that can be done to address them. 1) Detent - While not the terrible, I find the detent to be on the light side. Compared to the Sharp by Design Typhoon Evo (which has a very snappy, but not overly heavy detent), this is fairly light. 2) Hardware - As with all new knives, I disassembled mine to examine and admire the construction, clean and lubricate. The T8 hardware is nice, but the depth of the torx feature is shallow and does not allow for very good engagement with torx bits (I am using Wiha bits/drivers). Which leads me to my last point... 3) Pivot - The amount of force required to disassemble and reassemble the pivot and align the blade is absurd. Coupled with #2 above, it makes taking the knife apart a frustrating and somewhat challenging endeavor. Perhaps these are all as the designer, Snecx, had intended them to be, I don't know. If not for these quibbles, this knife would easily be a 10/10 for me. Anyone else have a similar experience?