I wanted to buy a new knife but am slightly bored of the usual offerings that I have accumulated over the past year. So, while browsing the website of my (fairly) local knife store, I saw they had new Kizer's in. They had a Kizer "Sliver Ki-4419A-4" for an incredible price, so I had to check it out. First thing I noticed that the F&F is stellar, and the knife is quite beautiful. The centering is perfect, the grinds are completely symmetrical, no blade play at all. Feels good in hand, even though it is a rather large knife certainly larger than I am used to. It has a very slight recurve, but I don't think I will have any issues. Second thing I noticed, is the stop pin is attached (or part of) the blade and the whole thing swings with the blade pin moving through a channel cut into the aluminum scales and the steel liners, where the pin butts up against it. Different but I suppose it should work ok. So now, I will spend the next few days playing with it (time to add more calluses to already poor old sore fingers), breaking it in to let it smooth out. I don't have any pictures, but I am quite sure you all know what it looks like.