I also had a 'road to Damascus' moment with SE Spydies in the last year or so.
I thought I'd give the SE Dragonfly Salt a run, after reading some of the accounts from you SE fanatics here.
I had some 1/2 inch thick kind of synthetic felt sheets which were used as office partitions. I wanted to slice them up to make backing for strops at a community workshop I was volunteering at. (The edges on their chisels were atrocious - my contribution was to reset the correct bevel angle, and sharpen all of them, and teach a few people how to keep them properly sharp.)
I placed the Dragonfly on the pencilled in line I wanted to cut along, thinking 'I bet cutting through a couple of metres worth of this material is gonna be hard on the edge.'
I was very surprised when, even as I placed the blade onto the thick fibrous material, without putting any real pressure on it, the SE teeth were already sinking deep
into the cut.
The SE Dragonfly made short work of that job, and was an absolute pleasure to use.
I've gone from having exclusively PE Spydies to, in short order, adding the Tasman Salt, Pacific Salt, UKPK drop point, and waved Matriarch all in SE, to my Spydie toolkit.
In all honesty, I still like to use a super sharp PE knife for my primary EDC, but have absolutely no hesitation in selecting an SE knife when the occasion demands it. That SE Pac Salt is a beast of a knife; I absolutely love mine.
One of my favourite work knife combos now is the HAP40 Jazzlica, along with the H1 Dragonfly SE.
Thanks for enlightening me guys!