The Military is a great knife, and if you like it better than everything else you see, you will probably be very happy with it. The CPM440V blade has superb cutting geometry, takes a very fine edge, and holds it extremely well. The handle is big and comfortable, but is still slim and carries nicely.
There are some concerns about the strength of the unlined G-10 handle in a knife that is positioned in the "combat" or "tactical" folder market. You may never have any concerns about the strength, but I did, and I still do. Additionally, the Military has a leaf side-lock, a design which I have not found to be optimally reliable.
The Military is a great knife, and a lot of owners love them, but if lock reliability and strength are a priority for you, you might also look at the Benchmade 710 Axis folder, or Ti integral lock Pinnacle. If you are planning on spending $150 on a knife, you might consider saving a little more, and get the ultimate extreme duty folder, the Reeve Sebenza.
Or, as I began by saying, if the Military is the knife you really like, it may serve you very well. It has a lot of good features.