Support BladeForums! Paid memberships don't see ads! General commentary/ Pros: Y'all can look up all specs, but this knife is generously proportioned both blade and handle, with a close to 5" handle and 3 3/4" blade. Stellar ergos, very roomy, and feels the best out of any knife I've held in a similar size range. Very sharp out of the box, clip is functional, and all the other things we've come to expect out of the Endura/ Delica line. Lightweight, slicy, grippy handle etc. First Endura, but the "melt in your hand" ergos and scary sharpness that stood out to me on the Delica stand out to me on the Endura. arguable cons: these may be over-critiques for $100 price point cons?: slight bit of blade play out of the box, but this was easily corrected with pivot adjustment. (*slightly tighter) The blade is way off center towards the presentation side (for a right handed user) IMO it isn't so off center that any functionality of the knife will be effected. Action is still very smooth and there is no play after pivot adjustment. I had hoped that the blade may center itself once the pivot was tightened to remove play, but this was not the case. Closing: Again, the blade is still as functional as ever! Endura/ Delica may be the most functional and practical combo that I know of. I never used to check blade centering until I owned a Chris Reeve and saw others checking for blade-centering CRK=$350+ worth of production dead flat, dead center, bells and whistles and so on, Endura= $75-$110 level of production and you're probably getting a better value cause they'll cut as well (possibly better) than most $400 knives. Endura/ Delica is like all function and no gimmicks, true Spyderco blades and I love em! *knife out of box had "drop free" action which I don't like, once I adjusted pivot to remove side-to-side blade play, the action became more desirable IMO because now the blade falls to the halfway point in a hydraulic manner so it doesn't drop on your fingers but makes one-handed operation easy with a back lock.