I own both a D'fly 2 and a Chap LW and I say no. As similar as they are, for me, they fill different roles. The Chap is often my EDC. It's a little bigger in overall size and blade so I find it a little more versatile for carry than the D'fly. But, the D'fly is lives in the bowl-o-junk beside my chair and gets used almost daily for general cuttin'-stuff duties. It's like a utility knife for me. The orange handle means I can find it pretty easily amongst the eyglass-cloth, dog's toenail snips, pens, candy, etc...
I love the Dragonfly!
I like the Chap too but if this knife was redesigned to not have a finger choil (move the handle forward), then it would be truly amazing and the Dragonfly might just then become obsolete for me.
But, as it is, even though I carry the Chap more, I would give it up before the Dragonfly.