The CS offering is very large if you want that, and has a nice full flat grind (probably not necessary in this role, though). Otherwise, I'd go with the Spyderco. The steel is better on the Spyderco and IMO the hole is easier to find and use than a stud. also, CS serrations are, again IMO, just terrible. The little points chip out very easily and have caused even folks with specialized sharpeners a great deal of difficulty to resharpen. Furthermore, CS will not resharpen a serrated edge for you, even if you send the money they demand to sharpen plain edges. On their site they literally state that they will not sharpen serrated knives sent to them. So what you have is a tool that chips out on its edge and cannot be resharpened by you or its parent company! Remedy? Buy something else.
Edit: I wanted to add that I do not rely on these knives on a daily basis. If that makes my reasoning less valuable to you, please disregard.
(Why else would a bear want a pocket?)
[This message has been edited by Corduroy (edited 20 June 1999).]