Been using my Native 5 Maxamet pretty hard the past few days, doing volunteer flood cleanup here in Beulaville, NC. Drywall, pex tubing, carpet, tar paper, insulation, etc.
It's a good knife for the tough jobs. I'm not afraid to get it wet and filthy. And the Maxamet steel is about perfect for this kind of thing: it's tough enough handle hitting the odd nail but wear resistant enough to cut through drywall without significant dulling.
The Native isn't my top favorite design, and I'd prefer G-10 to FRN, but there's no questioning it's effectiveness as a hard use cutting tool. I enjoy using it.
Jesus said, "I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by me." (John 14:6)