OH I know you're just being funny but that does bring up something I find interesting. So many "non-knife" people who don't share our hobby or overall love of knives don't realize that "First & Foremost" a knife is a "tool". And many people would look at a Hawkbill blade and with limited knowledge they would perceive a Hawkbill blade ( Spyderco's or anyone else's) to be a martial arts type weapon or some type of tactical gear meant for nefarious purposes. But truly even though to a limited degree you could make a case for all of that >> but bottom line the Hawkbill blade is a very pragmatic and handy tool to have for all kinds of jobs. There is such a wide range of cutting jobs that I use serrated Hawkbills for it would probably take me a half an hour to list most of them. I've said for a long time if Spyderco would market these great tools to the right target market I do think they would have a problem keeping them in stock.