Nothing feels better than something that is fitted for your size. I think this topic can be a fun way to champion the handles you as users prefer in shape and size as well as being a useful reference tool for those reading as to what handle might fit their size hand. The more measurements and information listed the better but as a template maybe something like this. 1. Personal Grip Length (grab a ruler, the measurement of you palm length while gripping) 2. Model 3. Models Handle Material, Length, and Width (does it have a contour, etc) 4. Type of work/use the knife does as well as the different grips to accomplish said work (does the handle allow alternate types of grips and are they comfortable, ex. choking up on choil, choke back for baton) 5. Likes and dislikes of the handle 6. Other comments, What you might change (chance to make your dream handle, ex. you like the models length but would prefer res c. or contoured micarta, or a softer thumb ramp, etc.) Right now I only have one Busse family knife (with two on order) but i'll go ahead and start just to give an example. 1. 4 inch grip length with a short thumb 2. Axe Hammer 3. Grooved and countoured G-10 with slight palm swell, length-5.395 (this is of the g-10 scales not including the skull breaker pomel), width- .56 at thickest parts to .466 at thinest 4. Multi-use camp/survival blade. 5. Handle fits my hand size pretty well. Palm swell and hump sits naturally in my palm even when choking up on the choil. Handle shape also allows comfortable choke back grip when batoning. No hot spots felt yet. Thumb ramp is aggressive (Ratweiler like) and if choked up really high the thumb ramp can dig into my thumb muscle slightly. 6. Versatile handle capable of being comfortable in whatever grip the task requires. Handle might seem slightly long for somebody with shorter grip length than mine but could easily handle a much longer grip (up to 5 inch I think) and still seem "fitted". Thumb ramp gives good leverage and locks grip in place but could perhaps be a bit softer (similar to a Jackmandus). That would just be a nitpick though cause for my first Busse this thing honestly feels "fitted".