Well said. I think a slightly higher-end model would certainly be better received.timlara wrote:While I agree with Paul's sales-related observations, I think the difference is that none of these models fall into the high-end "near mid-tech" category that I'd put some of the recent Taichung collaborations in.
While I didn't purchase any of the recent Terzoula models (I did have and very much like the first Starmate version from years ago), I would almost definitely be interested in a Rubicon-quality piece from Taichung, as long as it was more of a classic design (like maybe a slightly smaller Starmate, etc) versus a funky design like the Double-Bevel.
Fitting a hole in there changes the lines of the knife. I don't think it would look as good. Knives are a lot better when they're already designed with the hole in mind.Johnnie1801 wrote:Here's one Bob posted last week.