Support BladeForums! Paid memberships don't see ads! sorry, personal pictures, but I bought a blue handled cutjack mini, looks just like this one https://bit.ly/2MMmQZj the Good: great ergonomics. Seriously, this thing feels good in hand like a spyderco. function over form. Good build quality. phosphor bronze washers, d2 steel, nice even grinds, came sharp enough, no loctite on the screws so it was easy to take apart. the Bad: I'll be honest, this has pretty bad flipping action. I've taken it apart, cleaned and lubed it, put it back together, flipped it a couple hundred times and it's no better. about half the time it will flip open, the rest of the time it requires a wrist flick. And that is with a fairly loose pivot screw. If I tighten the screw enough to center the blade, it won't open at all. All the inside edges of the frn were sharp, but that was easy to fix with some sandpaper. The sides of the flipper tab were also sharp, and that combined with the poor flipping action has left me with a very worn out finger. Conclusion: I got mine on clearance sale and it got me free shipping, it bought the effective total cost down to about $14. For that kind of money it's fine, but at full price, I would be very disappointed. I'm still pretty disappointed. I had heard such good things about the cutjack.