First: This is an honest question, it isn't a thread to dump on knives. I've had a Sebenza now for a month and I'm having a hard time warming up to it... I like it less and less each time I use it. My expectations were reasonable, I wasn't expecting a light-saber or the ultimate pry-bar... I was expecting a top line WORK knife. I've done all the reading prior to purchasing... but SO MUCH online is about "Well... when you HOLD a Sebenza in your hands..." or threads about the "bank-vault lock-up" and endless opening and closing to hear the "click." Yet so little online are opinions about it actually PERFORMING. In addition to my Sebenza, I've acquired an Endura 4, and a Griptilian 551-1... these knives are UNREAL as workers, top-notch performers in EVERY way. I own 5 Spyderco's and all of them are unbelievable work knives. I know all about the Reeve "heat treatment" etc... but it's getting very disappointing that a knife which literally means WORK doesn't really do it all that well for all the praise out there for it. In my opinion the Sebenza 21 is good for very light work, but the edge doesn't hold up for much more. I use my knives every day and all day... I cut through piles of cardboard, pallet straps, plastic, wood... as well as prepping my lunch. My Griptilain and certainly my Spydies hold up and more. I'm bummed because I was really excited when I bought my Sebenza at the recent Bladeshow.. I guess I was expecting it to live up to the hype. Again, this isn't a gripe session, I'm looking for honest opinions. How do you feel the Sebenza 21 holds up as a working performance knife?