I actually prefer mine as an EDC to the PM2 (Hush that booing, class or you'll all be in detention!
-Folks make a big thing about it's 'SD focus'- but that wharncliffe blade really works for all kinds of utility and 'donkey' work...in fact, I'm one of those weirdoes that loves the straight-edge of the wharnie as an EDC....Piece of cake to sharpen too as it's straight the whole way.
-The blade is thick and hefty, so you can get a nice chopping action going for long work sessions.
-Despite being quite big, it's got that 'box-cutter/Stanley blade' look which doesn't immediately scream "Tactical nutter". Handy around the 'gunshy'
- It's hollow ground which makes for a very fine tip, which could be good or bad depending on your usage needs- I've not broken mine but then again I don't dig up pebbles at the beach with it either
- This one is definitely "Your mileage may vary" but I find the shape of the grip, with it's taper to a point at the butt-end, generally more pleasing in the hand than the PM2's more 'typical' shape.
- Apart from that it's got all the 'popular' bits of the PM2 range- the comp lock, the 4 way clip, the full nested liners, the G10....there are even some custom scales out there for it (I've got the Cuscadi ones in Aero CF and they are to die for)
Warhammer 40000 is- basically- Lord Of The Rings on a cocktail of every drug known to man and genuine lunar dust, stuck in a blender with Alien, Mechwarrior, Dune, Starship Troopers, Fahrenheit 451 and Star Wars, bathed in blood, turned up to eleventy billion, set on fire, and catapulted off into space screaming "WAAAGH!" and waving a chainsaw sword- without the happy ending.