GoMeR, I honestly think you are setting your expectations too high. Other than what looks like scratches in picture two by the top of the blade it looks to me like everything would be within spec.
Note* I couldn't if I wanted to, and wouldn't if I could speak for spyderco.
When you begin having problems with knives that have been hand inspected by Tom Berry and passed that should be an indication that you might be asking for too much.
None of the problems are anything that could affect performance. The colors or stains on the blades could be cleaned off with no special materials or techniques. The average house has things you could use including stuff like toothpaste.
Solvent based light oil products and a cloth should take care of it, but if not go to the toothpaste.
The differences in the grinds are not a problem in any way and you can only tell a difference when closely comparing different knives. Nothing about this can affect performance of the knife.
To get the kind of precision and continuity you require would take different manufacturing methods including robotics, laser or other measurement devices like high speed cameras attached to computers, etc.
To get rid of indentations that we can't even see in something like G10 would add time, and cost to the processing. Possibly even need a different manufacturing technique to get that G10 perfect.
Would you really pay the cost that it would take to make a perfect knife? It would be more than Sebenza/Uumzaan money and it wouldn't make the knife perform one tiny bit better than the one you have.
I'm not trying to be a smartass. I'm just trying to point out what your expectations are and what they would cost. You get what you pay for and with Spyderco's you aren't paying for perfection or close to it even though it may seem like it sometimes.
On the other hand some people need that near perfection to be happy. You might be one of those people. If you are looking for it in production knife manufacturers line of knives it's bound to make you, and undoubtedly others unhappy.
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