This is a knife that a lot of people will love, and some people will find something about it that they don't like enough to not carry it.
For me, I loved it the first time I held it. It fits very well in my hand, it's built like a tank, and it's a lot better cutter than you'd think from the blade stock. It was my first "expensive" knife (previous record was the Chaparral at ~$110); I got it as a Father's Day gift from my wife/son last year. It's great in the pocket because while it is chunky and a bit on the heavy side for its size, it's also small, and for me it just carries really well. The wire clip helps with that IMO.
This is definitely one of Spyderco's premier Little Big Knives. But it's also one that I'd recommend holding before you buy it. If you can find a good knife store, or if you can find a knife collector nearby that has one, I'd check it out. If I didn't have sentimental value in mine, I'd be willing to ship it to you for a little while to try out, but I just can't trust shipping for this one.
I will point out that BladeHQ has these for sale, and a fairly reasonable return policy. Obviously you wouldn't be able to beat on it then send it back, and you'd have to pay some shipping and a restocking fee (only 5%) but it might be a worthwhile gamble. Or you could exchange it for something else.
Current: Dragonfly 2 ZDP-189, Chaparral 1, Techno 1, Delica 4 HAP-40, Dragonfly 2 HAP-40, Mantra 1, Ladybug Salt Hawkbill, Nirvana CPM, Endura 4 HAP-40, Sage 4, Para Military 2 CPM Cru-Wear, Sage 5, Caly3 HAP40, Sliverax, Lil' Nilakka, Chaparral Raffir Noble, Zulu, Manbug HAP40, Meerkat HAP40, Sage 1/Sage 2/Sage 3 CF, Introvert, Techno 2