I'm a big fan of the William Henry knives. I have the carbon fiber lancet and the amber bone spearpoint. I wish I could afford the others! I don't own any customs so I can't compare, but these open and close smoother than any production knife I have. The fit and finish are perfect, they come razor sharp, and the liner locks on mine are solid, locking up right at the left edge of the tang. The spearpoint is a useful shape, and the blades are very thin, so they cut really well.
One minor nitpick is that the amber bone spearpoint isn't the most practical knife. It doesn't have a clip, so at over 4" long, it's a little awkward sitting at the bottom of your pocket. Plus the nickel silver bolsters scratch very easily. They come with a nice leather pouch, but I don't use it. What's the point of carrying a one-hand opening knife if you need two hands to take it out? Nonetheless, I love carrying this knife around.
I think Northwest Cutlery is selling some limited edition William Henrys, you might want to take a look.