I got that notch sorted out at the end of the blade. I first tried to just sharpen it, which did work but it was this awkward little PE section so instead I blended it down into the last serration. It works rather well, but that spot is very hard to get to on the Sharpmaker anyway so this is really just to make sure there's no possible snag point so even if that spot was dull it will allow material to slide down it and into the sharpened edge.
And yeah, the yellow is not really as loud as it seems in these pics. They're in natural sunlight and I'm pretty sure the camera is set for "vivid" so the saturation may be higher than normal. They certainly do pop in direct sunlight but they're not so bad. I'm back and forth about dying it...I think it would look better in all black, but then the color is also what makes it unique. I've seen a few other color dye jobs and some turned out really well. Time will tell if I can hold out or not.