Thanks to Sal, I have in my possession 2 H1 folders, one PE and one SE. I think these are the Atlantic versions, roughly 3" blades.
I generally am not a fan of serrated blades, and dont own another to compare this one to, so the evaluation will be quite generic and nonspecific in terms of relative performance. This one was extremely sharp ootb, able to whittle hair with tbe straight portion at the tip. So far I have only really used it for kitchen work. I will use it to prep the cardboard for the evaluation of the plain edge. I have been edcing it for the past week, though nothing really demanding has come up. The knife is very light, and is unnoticable in my shirt pocket the same way my Delica is in my pants pocket. I like the blade shape in the kitchen, as the dropped tip allows cutting on a plate with only the tip touching, preserving the edge.
Just a note on the edges of the serrations. The edge angle on this one measures about 16 degrees inclusive. This is about the same as my thinnest folder, which is at 14 inclusive. For anyone who has ever wondered why serrations often get mangled, heres the reason. Many people shun such low angles for edc use, but if they carry a fully or partially serrated blade, they are likely in that range.