Hello everyone, I am in search of a smaller sized bushcraft blade that comes in around 4" or less. Currently, I have an older Condor Bushlore, a BK11, and a Mora 511, but I would like to get something a bit more refined. After much time and effort expended, the Bushlore's edge is now serviceable, but I still have doubts on how reliable it will be when I am away in the woods. As for my BK11, the handle proves to be very uncomfortable even when wrapped with plenty of paracord. And finally, the 511 is not bad, but the handle isn't the best where I have already endured a major slip that scarred my pinkie finger. After considering this, I've developed a brief list of potential candidates based on the foregoing criteria. 1. Price: $100 or less, preferably $70ish or less. (I'm a poor grad student!) 2. Blade about 4" or less 3. Handle suitable for a hand that is about 3.75" across the palm. 4. Something that looks nice Here is what I have been considering as a result of my research around the web, but please feel free to make your own suggestions! 1. Kellam Puukko - beautiful handle, nice sheath that isn't too big of a pain for a leftie, carbon steel with scandi edge, can be had for $60ish 2. BHK Frontier Valley - made in the USA, small blade, but maybe too small, wearable as a leftie made neck knife, lightweight, price around $70 3. Helle Eggen - beefy handle which is very nice looking, $80ish in price, not sure about the stainless in terms of durability and fire steel use 4. BHK Long Trail - slightly larger than the Frontier Valley, problem: not a production knife and unsure of cost, still can be a nice neck knife 5. BHK Bush Pig - need to act on this one soon, a bigger knife, heavy?, seems like I could be waiting 90 days or more for it to arrive, also it is at the top of my budget 6. Try another Mora - could be the 2000, Companion, or another blade, cheap and light, maybe some of the other ones would be more suitable Any other suggestions welcomed. I do like the looks of the BHK's, especially for their affordable price. In addition, I find Scandi blades to have very nice aesthetics. Thanks!