While Bob Dozier's heat treat protocol for D2 (yes, conventional) was something special years ago when he developed it, I doubt if it's much different than the heat treatment a D2 blade would get from someplace like Peters'. What you do get from the Dozier shop is a degree of precision you don't oft...
Gatco makes a Tri-seps sharpener that fits on a keychain . . .
I've had one of the ceramic ones for years and it works pretty well; I just hold it between thumb and middle finger. From what I understand, it's the exact same material as the Spyderco medium ceramic.
I vored maybe because I would buy it in linerless FRN, with a FFG SE blade, but not any other configuration. Don't care about the handle color, clip type, or the hardware color. Don't even care that much about blade steel (within limits). I have a USN sprint Catcherman and think it's a terrific knife.
In one move? Don't see it. Bishop takes pawn, check. Rook takes rook, mate. Bishop takes pawn, checkmate. Black can't play rook takes bishop because of the white rook at e8 and can't play king takes bishop because of the other rook at e7. Why can't the King move into the corner space after the bish...
Something a little different: P312 Hearing Aid batteries (mercury free). Powerone are excellent. In the last three years, changing my batteries weekly (>300 batteries), I've had exactly one (1) die early and that one died about four hours before it was due to be replaced.
When my son was little, I switched my around the house carry (back) to slipjoints with stiff backsprings. Not really a painful decision since I own some nice custom ones, but I felt a lot better knowing there was absolutely no way he could open them and hurt himself.