Well, I have the Delica 4 and the clip is fine. Does its job and is not much in the way when the knife is in the hand. But, for me, the ergonomics of the Dragonfly handle and shape and feel of the scales is perfect for such a small knife. The feel is outstanding and the knife is easy to manipulate securely for different cutting tasks. With the clip on, however, all that changes. When the clip is on the right side it sits squarely between the handle and my palm. Intrusive and uncomfortable. With the clip on the other side it is under my fingers and while less intrusive, still in the way and uncomfortable.
I put a leather lanyard on mine, took the clip off and carry the Dragonfly in my watch pocket. Easily retrieved with the lanyard, or a finger, and I don't have that clunky clip to deal with. I would prefer a solid metal clip appropriate to the size of the Dragonfly and low to the scales so it is as much out of the way as possible.
Ken Onion's clip on his Swindle design answers this need, but I found them to be too weak to trust the knife would stay securely clipped to a pocket. You can ask me how I know, but you already know the answer. I have had two. Lost one. Sold the other. I think the EDC knife community is ripe for a new clip design that works and stays out of the way when you are actually using the knife.
And, thanks for the welcome. I am pleased to have found this forum.